Top Five Adventures: Will Gadd's Favorite Ice Climbing Spots - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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He's searched the world over—from frozen falls in British Columbia (he's just back from Helmcken Falls) to icebergs cruising the North Atlantic (very dangerous, not recommended)—to find the best places to enjoy his sport.

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He's searched the world over—from frozen falls in British Columbia (he's just back from Helmcken Falls) to icebergs cruising the North Atlantic (very dangerous, not recommended)—to find the best places to enjoy his sport. Here's his list of the top five ice climbing spots that you should consider.

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Here's his list of the top five ice climbing spots that you should consider.

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Here's his list of the top five ice climbing spots that you should consider.

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I don't think I'll be taking up ice climbing any time soon...looks pretty dangerous

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Ice climbing is very interesting and risky thing.It needs confidence and concentration.You post really nice article over here.

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Hi There. I really like your site. Great pictures.

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This is a great article. It has got my blood pumping to do some ice climbing.Great pic, too.

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the ice is so beautiful there, but also dangerous...

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It is a great adventure spot.I like ice climbing it is very tough but enjoyable.You share such a nice article over here.

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This is a great article. It has got my blood pumping to do some ice climbing.Great pic, too.

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Ouray is definitely the place to be. I wish I could go to other must-see spots next winter.

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Also Gallatin Canyon, This area is steeped in history as some of the first rock climbs in the state are located in this canyon, due to the efforts of Pat Callis, Jim Kanzler, and Brian Leo among many others.

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Having the means to explore one's inner adventurer is a quality I admire unendingly because of the accomplishments possible therein. I’ve been so amazed at some of the programs I’ve seen on Nat Geo that show the full capabilities of the human endurance. I’ve seen so many interesting programs featuring everything from history to the Universe and every program is detailed and narrated completely professionally. I love to travel but for now my journeys will be business related. Working for Dish Network does give me the opportunity to explore my fascinations during my off hours in different locations which suits me fine. Within every trip I attempt to center my interests to something privy to the area that can sweep me up and into a different time and plane of existence. I also subscribe to Dish naturally but not just because I work there, I’m obsessed with the concept of HD and I am able to get so many more choices than if I would have stayed with cable. Most of the programming I tune into is learning type material where my mind is stretched and grows from the experience. In order to do this, I need options that seem more available now then before. In planning my next trip, I will be in the historical Nation’s Capitol. There I will be running around like a wild woman engrossed in all the Smithsonian has to offer. I am so excited; there is so much knowledge to be had and so little time.

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