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Double Climbing Wall

TZU176.22: Suitable for All Safety Surfacing

Play Type: Physical, Challenging

Double Climbing Wall

TZU176.22: Suitable for All Safety Surfacing

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Play Type: Physical, Challenging

Suitability Information

Age Range: 6 to 14

Area: 30.00m2

Perimeter: 21.00m

HIC: 2.50m

Product Description

Metal Trim Trail.

Our trim trail elements are designed to create circuits and courses of all sizes with varied activities.

You can have your trim trail created using wood or metal elements. A mixture of balancing, climbing, traversing and sport activities can result in an exciting play trail with a breadth of challenge.

Consider the age group intended to use your trail.
Younger children may prefer more play orientated activities at lower levels rather than more sporty elements requiring strength and co-ordination. Remember to allow for the appropriate space between items.

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Here’s a key to explain our play value wheel.

Physical & Locomotor

Encourages movement skills; crawling, chasing, climbing, jumping, swinging and balance.

Social

Key areas where play can encourage social interaction, the building block of society.

Object

Exploration and manipulation of object through all the senses.

Creative

Use imagination to try out new experiences, test boundaries, develop manual skills and allow for self expression.

Role Play & Imaginative

Allows opportunity to enact various experiences, experimenting with decision making on their behaviour and social interaction.