By John Dodge

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — After a successful opening of the Maggie Daley Park playground and ice skating ribbon late last year, the next big attraction–the trio of climbing walls–is nearing completion.

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Opening day has yet to be finalized, but a park district official says to expect the attraction to be operating next month.

The image below was taken on Monday morning from the park’s construction camera.

The three, multi-paneled walls, which are located inside the ribbon, have climbing holds in place.

Maggie Daley Park Climing Wall

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The walls appear to be designed for a variety of skill levels.

Maggie Daley Park Overview

The ice on the ribbon, which officially opened in December, is gone for the season. It will be re-opened for roller skaters in the spring.

The ice rink was wildly successful, with the skate rental lines winding deep into the park on weekends. While there is a charge for skate rental, admission to the ice is free, making it almost worth buying your own stakes to avoid the lines.

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The playground has been open since November, as part of the phased opening of the park.