World's Tallest Climbing Wall Being Made To Mirror Real Mountains In Copenhagen!
Denmark are posing the question:
"Who needs mountains when you've got climbing walls?".
A new 279 foot artificial climbing wall is being erected as the world's largest in Denmark's capital of Copenhagen. With overhands and undulating routes, it's designed to look and feel like a real mountain climb!
The further you get, the harder the climb and ascending to it's summit will require more than just a pinch of skill, you'll need the appropriate certificates and must be 18 years of age to partake in the climb.
New engineering feats like this are a great source of excitement at a time when travelling isn't as easy as it once was.
If you're a mountain lover and can't quite make it out to hike the Himalayas at the minute, perhaps a weekend long city break in Copenhagen with this sort of climb could go some way to scratching the climbers itch.
The CopenHill company already offer year-round skiing, tobogganing, hikding and other of après-ski activities.
This peak really stands out in what is a relatives flat country, and CopenHill offers a little bit of everything for the adventure enthusiast in you. There's even tree fringed hiking paths and picnic spots to enjoy.
Are you up for an inner-city outdoors adventure?