Mountaineer

Mountaineer

With its cool, thrilling climbs, the Mountaineer attracts world explorers among school age children. The variety of challenging climbs and crawls via nets, tubes and Jacob’s Ladder will make children return for more play again and again. The Jacob’s Ladder has a special feature in the twist of the 3rd step: this makes a change of foot position necessary to go further. The mastery of this proprioceptive action is only possible for children of a certain age. There are other ways to climb and the variation stimulates children’s balance and cross-coordination. These motor skills are important for children’s physical confidence and their security in moving, for instance in the street. The Mountaineer is a challenging, fun meeting point for active socializing with friends.


MOUNTAINEER

SURFACE

NAT528-0012

MOUNTAINEER

STEEL IN-GROUND 90CM

NAT528-0912

Product number: 
NAT528
Age group: 
4+
Dimensions LxWxH: 
346 x 275 x 242 cm
Key User Group: 
4 - 12
Play capacity (users): 
8

Climb
Hang in arms
Socialize
Sensory
Wonder

Pinewood: 
10 years
Hot dip galvanised steel: 
Lifetime
PUR components: 
10 years
Ropes & nets: 
10 years
Spare parts guaranteed: 
10 years

Certificates:

EN1176 approved
Max. fall height:
223.00 cm
Safety surfacing area:
27.60 m2
Number of installers:
2
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Physical

Joy of movement:
Motor skills, muscle, cardio and bone density

Cognitive

Joy of movement:
Curiosity, understanding of causal relationships and knowledge of the world

Social-emotional

Joy of movement:
Teamwork, tolerance and sense of belonging

Creative

Joy of movement:
Co-creation and experimenting with materials

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