Miral reveals opening date of CLYMB Abu Dhabi

Miral has announced the opening date for CLYMB Abu Dhabi. The $100 million sports and leisure attraction is close to completion and set to open next month on Yas Island.

According to a press release, CLYMB Abu Dhabi will welcome visitors from November 29. It will be a “world-class sporting experience”.

It will feature the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall at 140 feet, and the widest skydiving flight chamber, spanning more than 32 feet.

The new sporting facility will boast four walls of varying difficulty, designed for expert climbers as well as novices.

World’s tallest indoor climbing wall at CLYMB

aerial photo of Yas Island

HE Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, chairman of Miral, said CLYMB Abi Dhabi is “a thrilling new addition to the existing attractions on Yas Island”.

“As one of the most highly-anticipated new attractions in Abu Dhabi, it is set to become the ultimate hub for adventure in the region, offering something completely unique, challenging and unforgettable for all ability levels,” he added.

The striking architecture of CLYMB was inspired by the UAE’s mountainous landscape. It features a geometric exterior that resembles a crystal.

“With CLYMB Abu Dhabi, we will further enhance Yas Island’s position as a globally-recognised destination providing a rich and diverse range of attractions for families, travellers, residents, and sports enthusiasts from across the world,” said HE Al Mubarak.

CLYMB will join existing attractions on Yas Island

Yas Waterworld

In addition to climbing and skydiving, the attraction includes a range of F&B outlets, as well as space for parties and events.

CLYMB Abu Dhabi links to the nearby Yas Mall and Ferrari World Abu Dhabi via an accessible passageway. It is also located close to Yas Waterworld and Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi.

Blooloop previously spoke to Mohamed Abdalla Al Zaabi, CEO of Miral, who is responsible for the promotion and development of Yas Island.

Earlier this month, Miral announced major progress in the development of Yas Bay, a new mixed-use waterfront destination on Yas Island.

Image: Miral