The height of the building’s apex. It’s also the summit height for the on-site climbing structure, which allows the CopenHill facility to boast one of the world’s tallest artificial climbing walls.
2. 450,000 tons
Amount of waste that the Amager Resource Centre is projected to convert into energy each year, enough to provide 72,000 households with central heating.
Size of the rooftop ski park. Served by four ski lifts, the 450m-long piste has varying inclines of 14% to 45%, and also offers a freestyle park and a timed slalom course.
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This article was originally published in the May 2019 issue of SilverKris magazine