The Tallest Artificial Climbing Wall in the World.

Via on May 16, 2012

It’s a 540-foot dam in Switzerland.

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“Two years ago four Swiss High Mountain Guides had the brilliant idea of creating the world’s highest climbing wall right up the middle of the Emosson Dam. The Dam is situated about 10 miles from Chamonix. It is part of a huge Franco-Swiss hydroelectric scheme. There are many things that are amazing about this project. Not least the fact that the Swiss Power Company actually agreed to let the four mountain guides create the climbing wall…” Read the full story here.

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 The Excalibur. 121 feet. The Netherlands.

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About Brianna Bemel

Brianna Bemel is a student of life. She lives with spontaneity but intention, playfulness but compassion, and ambition but flexibility. She is also a writer, photographer, outdoor junkie, traveler and dreamer.


One Response to “The Tallest Artificial Climbing Wall in the World.”

  1. Wall Climber says:

    Impressive! Would love to have a climb on that!

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