3 years ago50,000+ Views
John Freeman is a mountain guide and rope access supervisor living in Canmore, Alberta, Canada who was recently in the climbing news for establishing a new route at Helmcken Falls with Will Gadd called 'Overhead Hazard'.
John also happens to have survived one of the craziest ice climbing falls ever recorded when a pillar of ice he was climbing detached from the cliff face. It's absolutely insane that not only did John survive the fall, he wasn't hit with any ice, and he was basically able to just walk away!
Wow! He is incredibly lucky
3 years ago·Reply
That.....must have been terrifying. I will not be ice climbing any time soon lol
3 years ago·Reply