These incredible photographs show a daredevil tackling an ascent even the hardiest of climber would baulk at – an ice cavern
Tim Emmett, 32, delved into the 130ft deep cave, which have walls towering to 33ft high.
Mr Griffith, who lives in Charmonix, said: ‘It’s pretty chilly and quite surreal. The ice is incredibly clear and looks like it has been polished because it’s so smooth.
‘There is no sun – just a very cold mass of trapped air. It makes a change to normal ice climbing.’
He added: ‘It was pretty noisy because there is a subglacial river that terminates there.’
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