Copenhill is a power plant with a rooftop ski slope based in Copehagen, Denmark.
The power plan is capable of converting 440 thousand tonnes of waste into clean energy every year.
Copenhill also has the tallest artificial climbing wall in the word as it's facade.
The architects call it an example of "hedonistic sustainability" - that a sustainable city can be better for the environment and enjoyable for residents.
Copenhill's ski slope measures 400 metres and runs from the top of the 90-metre high building to it's base.
The Power Plant that Doubles as a Ski Slope
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