With its multiple thrilling climbs, the Niagara hugely attracts world explorers among school-age children. The variety of challenging climbs and crawls via nets, poles, ladders, and tilted floors will make children return for more play again and again. The varied ways up and down Stimulate children’s balance and cross-coordination, and the proprioception: The inclined, straight, swaying, and firm climbs provide fun challenges for daredevils as well as more cautious explorers. The motor skills trained are important for children’s physical confidence and their security in moving, for instance in the street. The senses of balance and space are trained to whiz down the banister bars. These skills are fundamental for all other physical skills. The platform and net are nice meeting points for socialising with friends, planning new climbs.