Decommissioned in 2014, the chimney at Trbovlje Power Station soars an incredible 360 meters into the sky above Slovenia. Red Bull and 360 Holds green lit a project to establish an extensive climbing route up the structure using approximately 2 tonnes of climbing holds, turning the massive landmark of industrial decay into the hardest and longest artificial climbing route ever made. Follow along as professional Slovenian climbers Domen Škofic and Janja Garnbret take a 7.5 hour journey up the vertical face and summit the most difficult manmade climbing problem in the history of the sport. Badass.
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