Six-Sided Climbing Structure

The six-sided climbing structure has a variety of climbing and crawling options. The many different ways of climbing and sliding must be tried out, which makes children stay longer and want to come back. To reach the top horizontal net children can climb the inclined climbing nets or go up the vertical climbing wall and go through the hole or over the top, both challenging ways of getting to the spacious meeting point. The varied body positions required to manage the climb challenges train the child's proprioception, balance coordination and spatial awareness. These motor skills aid concentration and the ability to sit still. The fireman's pole and the banister bars are risk taking activities that tickle the stomach and train spatial awareness, necessary for judging distances, e.g. in traffic. A great active meeting point.