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World’s First Trad M10?

A little news from the Dolomites.

The Austrians Albert Leichtfried and Benedikt Purner have established what is possibly the world’s hardest traditional mixed climb. Senza Piombo is located in Val Lunga, in the Dolomites of northern Italy and is a naturally protected five-pitch M10.

Read more here….

Photo Credit: Leichtfried on the crux of Senza Piombo. Photo by Klaus Kranebitter.
Source: Rock and Ice
Submitted by:  Courtney Ley /


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