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Commit: Cold Focus – Climbing the Kafjord Ice Fall in Norway

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Luka Lindic, Slovenian ice climber and alpinist, commits to climbing the Kafjord Ice Fall in Norway. With the right conditions the climb
reaches 120 meters tall, and is “pocketed with multiple ice caverns; potentially epic conditions for ice climbing,” filmmaker Cameron Sylvester writes
on the Arc’teryx blog.

With limited beta on the climb, Luka and his team reached the fall after a three-hour approach from the nearest road, and spent two days documenting the
ascent. In the film, Luka describes his attraction to ice climbing, how it allows him to be entirely focused, and how much you can learn about a climb
from simply listening.

Learn more about the climb at the Arc’teryx blog.