Sibling mountaineering duo celebrated by civil society – Pakistan – DAWN.COM

Sibling mountaineering duo celebrated by civil society - Pakistan - DAWN.COMISLAMABAD: The Adventure Diplomacy Group (ADG) celebrated the achievements of Mirza Ali and Samina Baig on successfully completing their Adventure Diplomacy Expedition of conquering ‘Seven Summits in Seven Continents.’

Samina Baig made history on May 19, 2013 by becoming the youngest Muslim woman and first Pakistani woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest. After the siblings, Samina and Mirza, returned from Everest, Serena Hotels founded ADG to help them realise their dream of becoming the first siblings to climb seven peaks in seven continents.

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