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Pole skis down 6,000-metre peak in Pakistan: report

30.04.2021 12:48
A Polish daredevil on Friday skied down the Yawash Sar II peak in Pakistan, notching up another world first, news outlets reported.
Andrzej Bargiel.
Andrzej Bargiel. Photo: PAP/Lech Muszyński

The feat by Andrzej Bargiel is the first stage in an adventure during which he also aims to scale Laila Peak in Pakistan, according to Polish website onet.pl.

Both mountains are over 6,000 metres tall. Bargiel has previously said his trek would last a month.

In 2018, he achieved a world first by skiing down K2 on the China–Pakistan border. The 8,611-metre mountain is the world’s second highest.

In 2015, he became the first person to ski down Broad Peak, which is 8,015 metres tall and close to K2.

In 2019, he abandoned an attempt to ski down Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain.


Source: onet.pl