The Excalibur, situated within the Bjoeks Climb Center among the flatlands of Groningen, The Netherlands, is the world’s tallest climbing wall. Towering 121 feet above grade, it stands like a monument over the surrounding landscape. If the sheer height were not enough, a sleek curve 36 feet from the base provides an artificial overhang for advanced climbers and creates a dramatic element to the skyline.
Want to give it a shot? Your effort promises to pay off with a great view when you make it to the top, as well as some serious bragging rights.
All the aerial photos above were taken using a kite! Learn more about KAP in my last post, Kite Aerial Photography: Site Photos from a New Perspective
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