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Vietnam's Ha Long Bay looks like something out of a movie and this may well be because it has featured on film so often. It was famously the setting for the finale of the James Bond film 'Tomorrow Never Dies.' Unlike Piers Brosnan, climbers Neil Gresham and Leah Crane aren't here in search of stealth boats, but rather new routes. The opportunity for exploration in Ha Long bay is practically endless and the pair's willingness to search its untouched limestone spires rewards them with some spectacular first ascents. More than the climbing however, Ha Long bay offers a unique cultural experience with entire communities based on the water. Climbing and living off a boat on the bay, Neil and Leah find themselves immersed in not just a fantastic climbing experience, but a unique way of life. Climbing New Routes On The Spectacular Spires Of Ha Long Bay | DWS, Ep. 2

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7 episodes Latest 30th Jul 2015

Neil Gresham, one of the world's most dedicated deep water solo explorers takes you on a journey around the world to show why, after 30 years, DWS is still his favorite type of climbing. Featuring some of the the world's best crags, first ascents, scary first repeats, and a lot of swimming. Grab your dry bag and take a deep breath, we're going in search of the planet's best deepwater soloing.

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