The Swiss Dani Arnold has set a new world record speed climbing of the Mont Blanc. This is called “free solo,” meaning without a partner and insurance. 2 hours and 4 minutes athletic climbed to the summit of Pointe Walker height 4208 meters.
While Arnold chose one of the most difficult areas – the so-called route Cassina elevation of 1,200 meters on a steep rock.
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