CLYMB Abu Dhabi officially breaks two Guinness world records

For world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel and tallest indoor artificial climbing wall

CLYMB Abu Dhabi officially breaks two Guinness world records
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The UAE has just broken another two world records in their repertoire of impressive feats, and this time it comes from Abu Dhabi’s very own CLYMB Abu Dhabi.

The sports and leisure attraction on Yas Island that opened in 2019 officially has the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel and tallest indoor artificial climbing wall.

The indoor skydiving chamber measures in at 10m (32 ft) in diameter and 54.6m (179.2 ft) in height, while the climbing wall is at a staggering 42.16m (138 ft). What a climb.

“We are delighted that our adrenaline-fuelled attractions have been awarded two Guinness World Records titles,” said general manager of CLYMB Abu Dhabi Bianca Sammut.

“As the title holders of the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel and world’s tallest indoor artificial climbing wall, we are able to provide customers with two unique, record-breaking experiences, unlike any they have witnessed before. This recognition consolidates our position as a global attraction and we look forward to allowing our visitors to reach new heights.”

Fancy trying out two world records yourself? Here’s a taste of what you’re in for

CLYMB Abu Dhabi is now open, and has implemented safety measures throughout the facilities, including online booking to ensure a limited capacity of 30 percent, thermal screening cameras, along with safety distance markers at all facilities and outlets.

What other world records does the UAE hold? From the highest tennis court to the largest chocolate mosaic, check the out right here.

Keep them coming, UAE.
From Dhs95 (climbing), From Dhs 215 (skydiving). Open daily 11am-9pm. Yas West, Yas Island, www.clymbabudhabi.com (600 511115).

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