is your Ice Climbing Connection for the Northeast and Beyond!

This site is built and maintained by the ice climbing community. NEice is only possible with your help. Donate , Advertise or Contribute

Mountaineer Web Ad2
Random Gallery Photos
blackdike2-by-alfonzo fall-ice-2011-015 cily_barber_crux crystal-ice-tower 10675_10153993659752619_4306470625028279227_n 2madison img_3545 DSC_0229 img_0495

Disclaimer: Participation in ice climbing involves significant risk of personal injury and death. No amount of skill, equipment and experience can make ice climbing safe. is not responsible for the content of this site. The information is provided by the viewers and is not verified. Seek qualified professional instruction, guidance and use your best judgement.

Google Analytics

Wolverine (WI11) at Helmcken Fall, Canada

Some of the hardest ice climbing you will find anywhere!

See the Video here..

There’s steep ice and then there is STEEP ice. Tucked away in Wells Grey Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, Helmcken Falls offers the wildest, steepest and most difficult ice climbing in the world (some climbs are nearly as overhanging as they are long). Filmer Wiktor Skupinski was on the scene last year and captured the following video of BD athletes Will Gadd, Raphael Slawinski, Klemen Premrl and Tim Emmett all working on a new route, which Premrl and Emmett eventually made the first and second ascents of back-to-back.

Read more here….

Photo Credit: Photo: Black Diamond / Vimeo
Submitted by:  Doug Millen /


Print Friendly

Leave a Reply

WordPress SEO