The World’s Tallest Climbing Wall, 'The Excalibur'
The Excalibur, situated within the Bjoeks Climb Center in Groningen, The Netherlands, is the world’s tallest climbing wall.
The wall is 121 feet and faces the rugged landscape of nature. A special feature of the wall is a sleek curve 36 feet from the base that creates an artificial overhang akin to climbing a real peak.
The sheer height and challenge of The Excalibur makes the climb all the more ferocious, and is definitely a challenge that thrill-seekers will enjoy.
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