63-Year-Old Former Army Doctor Summits the Highest Peak Outside Asia

Dreams know no boundary and age certainly isn’t a roadblock if you are committed to leaving your legacy.

AMC Lt. Col. (R) Jabbar Bhatti has made his country proud by achieving a personal landmark of summiting the highest mountain outside Asia. What’s astonishing is that he has achieved the feat at the age of 63.


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Those who don’t know, its the same Lt. Col. Jabbar who scaled the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest in Nepal, back in 2017. The former Army officer nearly died in the process, however, it didn’t stop him from fulfilling his dreams.

With a summit elevation of 6,960.8 meters (22,837 ft), Mount Aconcagua is a mountain in the Principal Cordillera of the Andes mountain range in Mendoza Province, Argentina and it is one of the so-called Seven Summits of the seven continents.


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According to a Twitter user, Jabbar Bhatti is a decorated officer and the only one from AMC to have done the SSG course.

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