Climbing A Frozen Waterfall

This is the moment two daredevils d-ICE with death – scaling a 450ft waterfall covered in dangling icicles while UPSIDE DOWN. Will Gadd, 44, and Londoner Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks meticulously plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada – ominously dubbed the world’s hardest climb. They had to battle deadly ice spray – which could freeze them to death in minutes – temperatures as low as minus 25celcius.

This is the moment two daredevils d-ICE with death - scaling a 450ft waterfall covered in dangling icicles while UPSIDE DOWN. Will Gadd, 44, and Londoner Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks meticulously plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada - ominously dubbed the world's hardest climb. They had to battle deadly ice spray - which could freeze them to death in minutes - temperatures as low as minus 25celcius.

This is the moment two daredevils d-ICE with death - scaling a 450ft waterfall covered in dangling icicles while UPSIDE DOWN. Will Gadd, 44, and Londoner Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks meticulously plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada - ominously dubbed the world's hardest climb. They had to battle deadly ice spray - which could freeze them to death in minutes - temperatures as low as minus 25celcius.

This is the moment two daredevils d-ICE with death - scaling a 450ft waterfall covered in dangling icicles while UPSIDE DOWN. Will Gadd, 44, and Londoner Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks meticulously plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada - ominously dubbed the world's hardest climb. They had to battle deadly ice spray - which could freeze them to death in minutes - temperatures as low as minus 25celcius.

This is the moment two daredevils d-ICE with death - scaling a 450ft waterfall covered in dangling icicles while UPSIDE DOWN. Will Gadd, 44, and Londoner Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks meticulously plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada - ominously dubbed the world's hardest climb. They had to battle deadly ice spray - which could freeze them to death in minutes - temperatures as low as minus 25celcius.