Up for a climbing challenge? Behold Excalibur
GRONINGEN, Netherlands (WKRC) - Here's one for all thrill-seekers.
Built in 2004, Excaliber is one of the tallest rock climbing walls in the world. Named after the mythical sword of King Arthur, it is 121 feet (about 10 stories), with a 36-foot curve built into the design, and weighs 50 tons.
The tower is located in Klimcentrum Bjoeks in Groningen, the Netherlands.