Robinia Climbing


A contemporary tree-climbing experience

We all remember that special climbing tree we loved going to as children. We loved it, not because it was easy, but because it was difficult. Robinia climbing structures can create the same great feeling for children living in urban areas where safe trees to climb are few and far between. When climbing up high, children gain a sense of achievement and accomplishment. Step by step, this adds positively to their self-esteem. Along the way, children also develop fine cross-coordination skills, that ultimately help them learn to read.

The Up and Over net is a fantastic way to train young children's gross motor skills while having fun. The children will challenge themselves and their friends with how fast they can navigate over, which simultaneously trains balance, strength and coordination, as well as social skills. It is made...
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The Climbing net is a fantastic way to train both young and older children's motor skills, strength and coordination, while having fun. The children will challenge themselves and their friends with how fast they can navigate over, which trains vital physical and social skills. There are also three

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This six-sided climbing structure has a variety of climbing and crawling options. Children will try all the different ways of climbing, which makes them stay longer and want to come back. To reach the top net children can climb the inclined nets or go up the vertical wall and go through the hole...
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The Balance Poles are fantastic way to train both young and older children's motor skills, strength and coordination, while having fun. The children will challenge themselves and their friends with how fast they can navigate through the pommers, which trains vital physical and social skills. It is...
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The Climbing Structure is a playground favourite with school children. Thanks to the compact and varied climbing opportunities with swaying ropes, rope ladders, stable climbing wall and climb through hole, all children have a chance of doing something. The openness in design also invites

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The Crawling Pyramid is unique and an absolute hit with children. The layered beams are a magnet for children to climb and explore the unit. Looking like a 'pile' of logs, the children play balancing games such as 'The Ground is Lava'. It is also low, which means it is possible to reduce the

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The Balance net is a social attraction in the playground. It offers a welcome break from all of the energetic play in the playground and is a popular place for meeting and chatting. It can also be crawled on or walked across though, training balance and coordination. The balance net is made of

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The Double Web climber is a fantastic way to train both young and older children's motor skills, strength and coordination, while having fun. At nearly 2m high, the children will challenge themselves and their friends with how fast they can navigate over, which simultaneously trains balance,...
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When children first see the Tree Climber they want to climb to the top. It is colour coded, providing 'goals' to achieve for the little climbers. As well as being fun, the inclined climbing net trains cross-coordination and muscles as they climb, and spatial awareness. The horizontal sections make...
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The Jungle Explorer Dome is an irresistible play adventure. Children of most ages and abilities will find a wealth of diverse play activities to venture into. They will want to explore the swaying, bouncy feel of the nets, ropes, and climbers. The top net is a destination in its own right,

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The Parkour 2 is a challenge that school age children can't pass up. The varied, responsive climbing ropes and nets are too much of a temptation. There are many ways to climb, encouraging imagination, as well as strength and coordination. It is perfect for confidence building, helping your...
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