Climbers brave sub-zero temperatures to scale massive Icelandic glaciers
DARING climbers inch their way up a cascade of high crystal-blue ice. British climber Tim Emmett, 40, and Dawn Glanc, 38 from Ohio, USA braved sub-zero temperatures on an expedition in Iceland. 3stringsproductionscompany captured the footage of the climbers scaling the ice formations and practicing spectacular ceiling climbs on the Sólheimajökull glacier - a 250-metre thick glacier five miles from the Atlantic Ocean on the Northern Fjords.
Credit: Videographer / Director: 3stringsproductions, Producer: Samantha Grillo, Editor: Ian Phillips.
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