8. 11. 2015
Dani Arnold embarks on an expedition to a place so extreme, few athletes have dared to explore it. An adventure to Lake Baikal, the deepest lake on earth, with temperatures as low as -40°C. Too cold to climb? See how he transitions to the horizontal ice and conquers ten new ice routes.
“Many years ago, I saw a photograph of a frozen lake. There were cracks in the ice all over the lake. I was so fascinated by everything, by the ice, by the frozen water. And I thought to myself … The picture was taken in Siberia, at Lake Baikal, one of the largest lakes in the world … I thought to myself: I have to go there some day!”
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