The Estes Park elevation of eleven Madison Park is an amazing sight in its own right.

From the top of the park’s highest parking structure to the park itself, it’s a sight to behold.

The park’s elevations are set in stone, meaning the highest of the three is always the highest, as long as there’s no rain.

But this week, a water-logged park was put up in an attempt to protect the park and its elevations from the elements.

With a flood risk of up to 1,000 feet in some areas, park officials decided to build a concrete structure around the elevations to help them withstand the rain.

The structure, known as a water tower, will be able to withstand up to 100 inches of rain, according to the city of Madison.

Officials will be installing the tower on a hilltop in the park.