The climbing wall is the tallest in the world at 85 meters tall with a width of 10 meters, offering various obstacles along the way to the top. The climbing wall is designed and decorated to resemble a natural mountain wall with various overhangs and routes to the top.
Grips will be mounted, as you know it from "normal" climbing walls. However, that does not mean it will be easy to climb. The routes are designed and evaluated to be of a difficult category, where climbing becomes more difficult the higher you get.
A climbing wall of this height is unique in itself, especially in Denmark, and a multi-pitch certification is required to climb the wall. This means that only experienced and trained climbers are allowed to climb to the top. Children and youths under the age of 18 may only climb multi-pitch on the climbing wall with an experienced adult of 21 years or older - both must be certified.
The above is a drawing of the starting area. The climbing wall will be at the bottom of the ski slope where a platform is being built over the elevator entrance, so that the proper safety measures can be made before and during the climb. As mentioned, we expect the climbing wall to be completed by spring of 2020.