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Learn to ice climb in Canada

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Jasper National Park is listed as one of only 15 Unesco World Heritage Sites in Canada.

Skiing and snowboarding dominate the slopes but the park also offers the opportunity to get to grips with frozen waterfalls of ice.

Brandy Yanchyk travelled to the park, located in the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, to learn how to ice climb.

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