1. “Wolverine”: Helmcken Falls Spray Cave, British Columbia, Canada from 11 Most Dangerous Places for Ice Climbing

11 Most Dangerous Places for Ice Climbing

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1. “Wolverine”: Helmcken Falls Spray Cave, British Columbia, Canada

The 450 feet tall Helmcken Falls are strongly perceived to be the toughest, certainly among the most dangerous, ice climbs in the world. That’s why they’ve earned their nickname – “Wolverine.” You can always count on the climbing to be steep and hard. If you dare, go near the 100 feet dee ice hole. Imagine this along the ice spray and 6 feet icicles and you can understand why professionals are looking for ways go around the Wolverine.

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