Muscat: An Omani adventurer has reached the highest mountain peak in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard.
Omani adventurer Suleiman bin Hamoud Al-Naabi managed to succeed in the highest mountain peak in the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic (Mount Newton summit), which is roughly 1,700 meters above sea stage.
Al-Naabi says about his journey: “The adventure began on April 12, 2023, I was able to first reach the (Longyearbyen) region of the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic.”
“In addition to the presence of predatory animals. Like the bear, arctic wolf and foxes require the adventurer to be careful and alert at all times,” he added.
Al-Naabi said that his expertise was characterised by environmental and weather conditions which are troublesome to foretell. It’s one of probably the most troublesome challenges obtainable to an individual to check the utmost phases of his skills to resist the circumstances.
Adventurer Suleiman Al-Naabi defined that the temperatures on the summit had been as little as -40 levels. As well as there may be lack of imaginative and prescient because of sudden snowfall with sturdy winds.
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