LAHORE: The body of Pakistan’s iconic climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara has been found below infamous Bottleneck feature on K2 on Monday.
The news was confirmed by Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) Information Ministry.
The bodies of Ali Sadpara and Iceland s John Snorri were found from K2 Base Camp Four. He also informed that the bodies were identified from a distance through binoculars. “It will take time to reach near the bodies from the base camp. Ali Sadpara went missing on February 5, 2021. At nine o clock in the morning the bodies were seen from a distance,” he added.
It is noteworthy here that Sadpara was lost on K2 along with two foreign climbers and the search for the climbers was officially called off on February 18.
According to the details, Sherpas may have found the body of legendry Muhammad Ali Sadpara after two bodies were reportedly found just below the infamous Bottleneck feature of K2. Reports from Camp 4 suggest that two bodies have been found by climbers near Bottleneck.