SKARDU: Mountaineering heroes Ali Sadpara from Pakistan, John Snorri from Iceland and Juan Pablo from Chile are still missing on the K-2 mountain expedition.
Pakistan Army helicopters returned to Skardu once again after an unsuccessful search operation for the missing mountaineers.
The helicopters flew to a height of 7,000 metres attempting to locate the missing mountaineers but weren’t to find any clues about the missing mountaineers. The helicopters returned due to worsening weather and light conditions.
Previously, it was reported that Sadpara and his team were able to climb K-2, the world’s second-highest mountain but their support teams have since then cautioned that the climbers’ status is still unclear without any communication from their end.