香港尖沙咀K11動態 >   The North Face 北面     > From team climber Hansjörg Auer, "The 'Blue Wall' of the huge Vatnajökull Glacier is the most eye-catching part from a climbers perspective. At the very end of the massive ice landscape floating down from the Icelandic higher plateau it breaks down for more than 100 feet in slightly overhanging angle.   
From team climber Hansjörg Auer, "The
From team climber Hansjörg Auer, "The 'Blue Wall' of the huge Vatnajökull Glacier is the most eye-catching part from a climbers perspective. At the very end of the massive ice landscape floating down from the Icelandic higher plateau it breaks down for more than 100 feet in slightly overhanging angle.



Got my ass kicked being the first one up with some spicy one arm swing-outs high above my last screw and a final whipper which reminded me of spanish limestone. After I got down it was clear to succeed it would take some finely tuned and sharpened ice tools and crampons.

On the next day I did the line first go and Samuel Elias put up another route on the virgin part just right of it.

Above the 'Blue Wall' we then explored the 'Five Finger Moulin'. An awesome and impressive place to climb next to waterfalls, on some fine and exposed ice ridges and all this on the bluest glacial ice I've ever seen.

Iceland keeps giving.

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