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„It's a long way to the top. @sashadigiulian learning to ice climb. @adidasoutdoor #openallwinter“

„It's a long way to the top. @sashadigiulian learning to ice climb. @adidasoutdoor #openallwinter“

Will Gadd tracks down the world’s rarest ice for a once-in-a-lifetime climb – on top of Africa.

Will Gadd tracks down the world’s rarest ice for a once-in-a-lifetime climb – on top of Africa.

Ice Climbing The Canadian Rockies, A World Class Adventure - You're able to ice climb around Canmore, Alberta eight months out of the year! One of the best ice climbing destinations in the world!

Ice Climbing The Canadian Rockies, A World Class Adventure - You're able to ice climb around Canmore, Alberta eight months out of the year! One of the best ice climbing destinations in the world!

Late last year, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Will Gadd, ascended to the highest point in Africa, taking matters one step further by climbing the famous glaciers found at the p...

Late last year, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Will Gadd, ascended to the highest point in Africa, taking matters one step further by climbing the famous glaciers found at the p...

odditiesoflife:  Climbing Norways Frozen Waterfalls  During the summer months water tumbles from the clifftops in Eidfjord Norway. But come winter this majestic landscape is transformed as the waters are suspended mid-flow  creating frozen waterfalls or icefalls. These stunning structures are popular with ice climbers who frequently scale the 500-meter tall structures during daylight hours. But never has their delicate beauty been captured in such a colorful way at night.  In January 2013 a…

odditiesoflife: Climbing Norways Frozen Waterfalls During the summer months water tumbles from the clifftops in Eidfjord Norway. But come winter this majestic landscape is transformed as the waters are suspended mid-flow creating frozen waterfalls or icefalls. These stunning structures are popular with ice climbers who frequently scale the 500-meter tall structures during daylight hours. But never has their delicate beauty been captured in such a colorful way at night. In January 2013 a…

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land.  To help you get…

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land. To help you get…

Sam Elias escala un pilar de hielo en Fairplay, Colorado, conocido como El Colmillo. Imagen: Pilar de hielo en Colorado (© Keith Ladzinski/Barcroft Media /Landov)

Sam Elias escala un pilar de hielo en Fairplay, Colorado, conocido como El Colmillo. Imagen: Pilar de hielo en Colorado (© Keith Ladzinski/Barcroft Media /Landov)

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land.  To help you get…

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land. To help you get…

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land.  To help you get…

Iceland is a land of extremes. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes and largest glaciers, it’s been dubbed as The Land of Fire and Ice for a very good reason. The summers are bright with endless hours of sunlight, while in the winter you’re lucky to get five hours of it. To top it off, Iceland is also home to some crazy activities, from dog sledding and caving to ice climbing and hiking—you’re never short of something new to try in this wonderful European land. To help you get…

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