Dani Arnold Sets Free-Solo Speed Records On Via Carlesso and Via Cassin

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Last year Dani Arnold broke the speed record for The Matterhorn’s North Face. Now he’s back with new speed records for Via Carlesso on Italy’s Torre Trieste and Via Cassin on Switzerland’s Piz Badille, both free solo. Via Carlesso is 650 meters and goes at 7a+/5.12a. Via Cassin is 800 meters at 6a/5.10a. Arnold climbed the routes in 1:08, and 52 minutes respectively.

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