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Magnificent Frozen Waterfall - in Vail Colarado -- It's called the Fang, and you can park, and walk up and watch the ice climbers. It's pretty amazing! Dy Carr

Magnificent Frozen Waterfall - in Vail Colarado -- It's called the Fang, and you can park, and walk up and watch the ice climbers. It's pretty amazing! Dy Carr

As our fall climbing group begins, we are planning our first ice climb, hosted by Down Wind Sports in Marquette, Michigan, February 2014!

As our fall climbing group begins, we are planning our first ice climb, hosted by Down Wind Sports in Marquette, Michigan, February 2014!

Waterfall Ice-Climbing. During the winter some waterfalls freeze solid. Where they once rushed roaring water, they now stand frozen, white and silent. This oxymoron of a motionless falls is an ice climber’s dream. Photo: ©Alamy

Waterfall Ice-Climbing. During the winter some waterfalls freeze solid. Where they once rushed roaring water, they now stand frozen, white and silent. This oxymoron of a motionless falls is an ice climber’s dream. Photo: ©Alamy

Ice Climbers 100-Foot fall down the Mountain

Ice Climbers 100-Foot fall down the Mountain

Frozen Waterfall, Slovenia

Frozen Waterfall, Slovenia

A man climbs a 50-metre-high frozen waterfall in Zhangshi Rock Park, northern China  Picture: Quirky China News / Rex Features

A man climbs a 50-metre-high frozen waterfall in Zhangshi Rock Park, northern China Picture: Quirky China News / Rex Features

Climbing a frozen waterfall in China

Climbing a frozen waterfall in China

Ice climber ascending a frozen waterfall in Telluride, Colorado. bing.com

Ice climber ascending a frozen waterfall in Telluride, Colorado. bing.com

This week Canadian ice climbers Will Gadd and Sarah Hueniken became the first two people to ever climb the frozen 140-ft-high face of the northernmost Horseshoe section of Niagara Falls (Jan. 27, 2015).

This week Canadian ice climbers Will Gadd and Sarah Hueniken became the first two people to ever climb the frozen 140-ft-high face of the northernmost Horseshoe section of Niagara Falls (Jan. 27, 2015).

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