The first-ever climbing wall in the Americas will be built at the top of the Colossal Mountain in Colorado.
The wall is designed to be one of the tallest in the country, with a height of 3,850 feet (1,965 meters) and a width of 10,500 feet (3,300 meters).
The Wall of Heroes, which will cost $5 million and be completed in 2019, will be constructed by a team of about 100 people and cost $1.5 billion.
“We were very impressed by the work that went into this project,” said Michael Eriksson, president of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department.
“It will take us years to complete and we will be very proud to be the first state in the U.S. to create a climbing wall.”
The project is the brainchild of Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPWD) officials, who have worked on other high-profile projects such as the Eiffel Tower and the Eiger Bridge in Switzerland.
The Colorado State University (CSU) is also designing the Colaboratory Wall in San Francisco.
The Colaborator Wall is one of several high-altitude projects that the Colorado state has taken on to protect the state’s wild lands.
Other projects include the Wall of Hope, the Boulder City Mountain Climbing Wall and the Uvalde Wall in Colorado Springs.
The Colorado Parks, Wildlife and Recreation Department (CWP&R) is responsible for overseeing and overseeing the Colabors efforts, which have included building and constructing a variety of structures in Colorado to aid the state in its efforts to protect its wild lands, which are home to a variety or wildlife species.