A 121 feet structure in The Netherlands offers a daunting man-made challenge for climbers.

At a jaw-dropping height of 121 feet and with a 36 feet overhang, the Excalibur is easily the tallest climbing wall (built specifically for this sport) in the world. Installed at the Bjoeks Climb Center in Groningen, The Netherlands, this massive tower is made from steel and wood, with an unnaturally curved design to make some parts of it easier to climb and other parts difficult. Clearly not for the faint at heart.

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Bjoeks Climb Center

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