Denmark Now Has World’s Tallest Climbing Wall That Feels Like A Real Mountain

Tallest Climbing Wall Denmark
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Are you enthusiastic about overcoming heights? Then this mighty wall in Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen must be on your bucket list. The 85-metres tall and 10 metres wide mountain-like structure is in the CopenHill power plant and is known as the tallest climbing wall in the world. Once you reach the top, you can catch awe-inspiring, panoramic views of the Danish city. But to get to the top, you need to have some true skills. Read on to know more.

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The Ultimate Adventure For Those Who Love Climbing Heights

With overhangs and routes leading to the top, the tallest climbing wall in Copenhagen can jack up the soul of every ardent thrillseeker. While many will give up attempting the climb, the bold ones who will actually embark on the task will have their adrenaline rushes satiated to the hilt. As climbing this wall is not a piece of cake. It’s quite challenging, and the higher you climb, the level of difficulty also increases.

Tallest Climbing Wall Denmark

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There are sloped edges at every 20 metres of the wall to allow climbers to catch their breath.

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Are You Qualified For The Grand Climb?

Experts say that for overhang climbing, you should visualise a line on the overhang before climbing and decide the holds to get the needed space for your feet and hands. They suggest scaling at a steady rate keeping feet close to the hands. But this knowledge won’t be enough to qualify for the grand climb at Copenhagen. You need to have a minimum age of 18 years with a multi-pitch certification. Kamiya Jani Shares Her Top 10 Favourite International Destinations

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CopenHill is a waste-to-energy plant and the magnificent site also offers other adventure activities like skiing, hiking, running and tobogganing.

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