CLYMB in Abu Dhabi has introduced some brand-new experiences | Attractions, Kids

Noble Horvath

CLYMB is home to the world’s biggest indoor skydiving flight chamber and the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall, and now, the indoor adventure hub has introduced some brand-new experiences. There are now new routes across four of the centre’s climbing walls offering serious Spiderman wannabes some cool new challenges at […]

CLYMB is home to the world’s biggest indoor skydiving flight chamber and the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall, and now, the indoor adventure hub has introduced some brand-new experiences.

There are now new routes across four of the centre’s climbing walls offering serious Spiderman wannabes some cool new challenges at dizzying heights. 

You can now scale The Boulder, The Intermediate, The Advanced and The SUMMYT – a 43m climbing that is the largest in the world – in a variety of different ways.

With some 200 new routes, there is something for everyone from beginner to experts. In addition, all of the existing routes have had an upgrade.

But that’s not all, because adrenaline-seekers will soon be able to join a state-of-the-art training program that will allow them to dial their climbing experience up a notch.

The new program – which is launching soon so watch this space – will consist of multiple levels where climbers can improve their skills by taking part in skill development and coaching courses suitable for all abilities.

Climbing experiences start from Dhs95 per person, while skydiving is also available with prices starting from Dhs215 per person.

Find out more about CLYMB here. 

Think you’re brave enough?
From Dhs95 (climbing), From Dhs 215 (skydiving). Sun-Thu noon-9pm, Fri and Sat noon-11pm. Yas Island www.clymbabudhabi.com.

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