CLYMB Abu Dhabi.
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CLYMB Abu Dhabi: new record-breaking attraction on Yas Island
DUBAI – CLYMB Abu Dhabi, the newest sports and leisure attractions on Yas Island, opened to the public on Friday (November 29) with two record-breaking features for thrill seekers.
CLYMB is home to the world’s largest indoor skydiving flight chamber and world’s tallest indoor climbing wall.
Suitable for guests of all ages and skill levels, and with expert instructors supervising at all times, CLYMB’s skydiving flight chamber is 10 metres wide and 32 metres high.
Its indoor climbing wall is 43 metres in height, and features five walls of various degrees of height and difficulty. The attraction is accessible through Yas Mall and is adjacent to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.
CLYMB Abu Dhabi’s striking architecture has been inspired by the UAE’s rugged, mountainous landscape. With its geometric exterior resembling a crystal-like structure, the venue has already become a Yas Island landmark, adding to the integrated leisure, lifestyle and entertainment experiences available to visitors.
Commenting on the opening, Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of Miral, said: “This is yet another milestone for us as we continue to elevate Yas Island’s position as a leading global destination for entertainment, leisure and business.”
Al Mubarak said that the new sports attraction is “designed to become the ultimate hub for adventure, offering something completely unique, challenging and unforgettable for active lifestyle enthusiasts from around the world.” ICA/Expat Media
CLYMB is open from Sunday to Thursday from 12pm to 9pm, and Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 11pm. Website: www.clymbabudhabi.com.
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