Ice Climbing Frozen Niagara Falls - Will Gadd's First Ascent

by

Internationally renowned ice climber Will Gadd takes ice climbing to the next level by scaling the frozen sections of the world’s largest flowing waterfall, Niagara Falls. Gadd, a world-renowned ice climber and paraglider from Alberta, Canada, has traveled to the ends of the earth to find the world’s most challenging climbs, but Niagara Falls, one of his home country‘s most iconic landmarks, is a lifelong mission that he previously thought impossible...until now.

CLICK for the full story of his historic ascent: http://win.gs/1tAgdOq

 


0
0

Add your comment

by Anonymous - Already have an account? Login now!
Your Name:  

Comment:  
Enter the text you see in the image below
What do you see?
Can't read the image? View a new one.
Your comment will appear after being approved.

Related Posts


“I feel like I look at a scene, and I can see something that’s beautiful, and I can see something that I appreciate; And then I’ll see these photographs that Forest takes of these scenes … and the way that he sees the world just...  more »

Tim Johnson’s Historic Fat Bike Winter Ascent With 39 mph wind gusts and an elevation gain of 4,285 feet, Red Bull Athlete Tim Johnson becomes the first person to ever bike up Mt. Washington Auto Road in the winter, where his father watched him win...  more »

"Long considered impossible, coveted by many and attempted by a few, the Fitz Traverse has fueled the imaginations of climbers in Patagonia for decades. Tracing the iconic skyline of Cerro Fitz Roy and its six satellite peaks, it spans four miles and...  more »

Completely gripped watching this short film on Climbing Icebergs in Greenland. Let's just say climbing icebergs is as sketchy as it gets. "Hop aboard La Louise as we venture through the arctic waters of Greenland's Disko Bay in search for the ultimate...  more »

"The North Face: Always Above Us. Leading the life of a climber involves a tremendous amount of sacrifice and hardship, but for team athletes Conrad Anker and Kris Erickson, there's no living without it.In 1999, on an expedition in Tibet, team alpine...  more »

Black Diamond athlete Andy Houseman, along with his partner Nick Bullock, made a trip to the Alaska Range this past spring where they made the sixth ascent of the massive and infamous Slovak Direct route on the south face of Denali. The route, put up in...  more »

"Sub-Zero explores the souls of four top Canadian ice climbers and this time we meet John Freeman, a mountain guide and rope access supervisor living in Canmore, Alberta, Canada who was recently in the climbing news for establishing a new route at...  more »

Submit your own

Contribute:



Ask a Question