Pakistani climber Shehroze Kashif climbed the fourth highest mountain in Lhotse, Nepal.
Kashif climbed a peak of 8516 m at 06:05 PST on May 5.
This is his second mountain top of over 800 meters in 11 days. On May 6, Kashif climbed the 8586m-high Kangchenjunga Mountain, which is the world’s third-highest peak.
He became the youngest man to reach the top of Kanchenjunga. He also has two Guinness records for reaching the top of K2 and Mount Everest.