Swiss climber Dani Arnold soloed Crack Baby WI6, 380 m in only 27 minutes. The climb is on the Breitwangflue in Switzerland. 

Arnold is best known for his current speed record on the Eiger North Face, which he climbed in 2 hours and 28 minutes on April 20, 2011. As a mountain guide from Uri, Switzerland, he spends most of his time in the alpine. In April 2013, with David Lama, he made the first ascent of the east face headwall on the Moose’s Tooth in Alaska.

“I had always wondered just how quickly it was possible to climb Crack Baby,” says Arnold of his ascent.

Dani Arnold soloing Crack Baby, WI6, 380 m  Photo visualimpact/Thomas Senf

Dani Arnold soloing Crack Baby, WI6, 380 m Photo visualimpact/Thomas Senf

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Source: Mammut

 

 


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