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Its facilities include a gym, a rock-climbing wall, jogging trails, a soccer field, a library, a music studio, a dental clinic, and a Family House where prisoners can stay overnight with their partners and children.
The stone mansion has five indoor and outdoor kitchens, two elevators, a virtual-reality golf simulator, basketball and volleyball courts, a rock-climbing wall, fitness center with steam room, guest house and eight garages.
There will also be a ropes course and climbing wall, family-sized bowling lanes and an arcade.
Huntington Bank is building a new branch at Northgate Mall, and the Skatin' Place will unveil a 16,170-square-foot expansion including laser tag, an elevated ropes course, climbing walls, and arcade games.
This year's theme is Feats of Strength, and will feature a gladiator joust, punching arcade, thumb wrestling, tattoo contest, climbing wall and a selfie booth.
Quarry Park Adventures will include zip lines, a giant swing, climbing walls and outdoor decks with views of a waterfall.
To attract more people to the community pool in Hinsdale, the commission also wants to add a climbing wall, at an estimated cost of $17,000.
The girls race between teeter-totters, climbing walls and, literally, a dizzying array of spinning apparatuses.
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Definition of climbing wall for English Language Learners
: a wall that is specially designed to be climbed and that is used to develop the skills needed for climbing mountains and cliffs
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