After 158 Days, The Body Of Ali Sadpara Got Recovered By His Son

Sajid Sadpara did not lose hope and search for his missing father Ali Sadpara.

After 158 Days, The Body Of Ali Sadpara Got Recovered By His Son
Ali Sadpara

Sajid Ali Sadpara finally found the remains of his missing mountaineer father and his international companions John Snorri from Iceland and Jaun Pablo from Chile. Along with Ali Sadpara the mountaineers gone missing on February 5th 2021 while climbing the great K2 in Pakistan. The mountaineers departed for the journey on 3rd February to summit the K2 after their final attempt on 5th February the team was not found. A search was followed for days to find the missing mountaineers but due to no clues of the 3 climbers the family and government declared them dead. 

Ali Sadpara’s son did not lose hope and vowed to keep the mission alive.

Ali Sadpara

Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara has been following his father's footsteps to make his dream come true. During the last expedition, Sajid was supposed to accompany his father as well but had to abandon them due to lack of equipments and now he led the search for his lost father. According to the sources, Sajid Sadpara found three bodies that were identified with the clothes below the Bottleneck of K2. Alpine Adventure Guides confirmed the news on Twitter saying that body of the late Ali Sadpara was found 300m below the bottleneck.

Ali Sadpara

Sajid Sadpara announced his search in June and was accompanied by Elia Saikaly and Pasang Kaji Sherpa making a documentary during search of the late legendary climber and his team. Sources revealed the team reached till camp 4 by the morning and moved a drone around which helped to detect the bodies. Sajid Sadpara announced his plan for the search earlier in June, the son was eager to know what exactly happened to his father and finally found it. The documentary is under the making to pay tribute to Ali Sadpara who was the first Pakistani to scale the mountain. 

Ali Sadpara

 

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