The tower has been made by the Spanish company Top30. It is approximately 12 metres high and has a climbing face of about
155m2 consisting of 3-dimensional fibreglass panels – so-called "3D Real Rock". The shaping of the climbing face has so far as possible been made "mountain-like", giving a varied and challenging climb. The surface has good friction and it is possible to screw in about 15-20 holds per square metre. The tower is free standing and will have about 10 lead ropes equipped with hangers and quick draws. This means that up to 20 climbers can be in action at any one time when the facility is fully used. Much of the climbing is relatively steep, but user groups such as beginners and children are also catered for. At the top of the climbing tower there is a platform which can be reached by an internal ladder. From the platform it is possible to rig for abseiling, Tyrolean traversing, etc. Due to its design and its 12-metre height the tower is also suitable for international-level competitions.