Climbing A Frozen Waterfall

These climbers are d-ICING with death as they attempt to climb this mammoth frozen waterfall for the first time. The usually raging waterfall in Eidfjord, Norway, was stopped dead in its tracks by the harsh Scandinavian winter – where temperatures have been known to fall to minus 15. The towering torrent stands at 650ft – taller than the Gherkin building in London – but has never been successfully climbed.

These climbers are d-ICING with death as they attempt to climb this mammoth frozen waterfall for the first time. The usually raging waterfall in Eidfjord, Norway, was stopped dead in its tracks by the harsh Scandinavian winter - where temperatures have been known to fall to minus 15. The towering torrent stands at 650ft - taller than the Gherkin building in London - but has never been successfully climbed.

These climbers are d-ICING with death as they attempt to climb this mammoth frozen waterfall for the first time. The usually raging waterfall in Eidfjord, Norway, was stopped dead in its tracks by the harsh Scandinavian winter - where temperatures have been known to fall to minus 15. The towering torrent stands at 650ft - taller than the Gherkin building in London - but has never been successfully climbed.

These climbers are d-ICING with death as they attempt to climb this mammoth frozen waterfall for the first time. The usually raging waterfall in Eidfjord, Norway, was stopped dead in its tracks by the harsh Scandinavian winter - where temperatures have been known to fall to minus 15. The towering torrent stands at 650ft - taller than the Gherkin building in London - but has never been successfully climbed.

These climbers are d-ICING with death as they attempt to climb this mammoth frozen waterfall for the first time. The usually raging waterfall in Eidfjord, Norway, was stopped dead in its tracks by the harsh Scandinavian winter - where temperatures have been known to fall to minus 15. The towering torrent stands at 650ft - taller than the Gherkin building in London - but has never been successfully climbed.