The mere fact that Wasfia Nazreen, even with her extraordinary achievements and so many accolades to her name, has to face these needless validations should not come as a surprise to the world, because the reality is that ‘below average mentality’ strikes everywhere, is highly deep-rooted, and pays zero respect to any type of accomplishment.
Wasfia Nazreen, on July 22, 2022, became the first person from Bangladesh to scale Pakistan's notorious K2, the world's second highest mountain, her expedition told AFP. Wasfia is mostly known for being the only Bangladeshi and first Bangali in the world to climb the Seven Summits — the highest mountains of every continent. She thanked her team members and especially mentioned Mingma David Sherpa, a world-renowned mountaineer, for his comradery and support.
Wasfia Nazreen’s name will live on among the few who reached the zenith of K2. She has and will pull generations of forward-thinkers to the future in the trajectory of above and beyond. In her social post, she expressed being remembered for how she lived. FREE.
Wasfia Nazreen early today (July 22, 2022) became the first person from Bangladesh to scale Pakistan’s notorious K2, the world’s second highest mountain, her expedition told AFP.
Wasfia Nazreen just completed her first rotation on Broadpeak with her expedition a day ago. With a sense of initial accomplishment, Wasfia and her team are currently stationed at the K2 basecamp, camp 1.
Wasfia Nazreen and her expedition reached K2 camp 1, established in the Karakoram range, yesterday. K2 is the second highest mountain in the world, at 8,611 metres, is also known as Mount Godwin-Austen or Chhogori, located in Pakistan.
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Wasfia Nazreen, the country’s only seven summiteer, reaches the summit of Pico de Orizaba, the highest peak in Mexico and the highest volcano in North America.
Wasfia Nazreen, who was recently awarded as the Emerging Explorer accolade by National Geographic gives an exclusive interview about how it all began.