Robinia Climbing


Calling all young mountaineers

Perhaps it is something in our deep past, but the desire to climb is instinctive. So instinctive that it is an integral part of developing the proprioceptive system – the neurons that flash signals to give you a sense of movement and body position. It’s a sort of built-in gyroscope system that keeps us from falling over. Through climbing, the limbs are telling the brain what they are capable of so that any future activity, even if it is unrelated to clambering up a rope net, like lifting and carrying a bucket of sand, is assessed. Training this cross-coordination skill also helps children in learning to read.

The desire to climb starts even before a child can walk, but it only reaches effective proficiency by the time the child is of school age. A tree with low-hanging branches is a great temptation to your average 6 year old.  With unique Robinia climbing structures like the Tree Climber, or the challenging Six-sided climbing structure, they can enjoy the same rewards of a sense of achievement and a growing self-esteem.

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The Climbing Net is a versatile climber that children will want to try again and again. The inclined spider net and ropes with climbing cleats offers fun and challenging ways to climb upwards and down again. The Spider Net has partly inclined horizontal rungs, which adds an extra challenge to the...
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The six-sided climbing structure with its rich variety of climbing and crawling is a huge attraction for children. The many different ways of climbing and sliding must be tried out, which make the children stay longer and want to come back. The inclined climbing nets make challenging climbs to the...
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The Balance Poles are wonderful climbing, sitting and meeting ropes that children will want to try out repeatedly. One of the reasons is that they move when children climb upon them and when they are balancing. Children love the responsive play more than anything. They will balance across the four...
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The Balance Net is a social attraction in the playground: a meeting point all made of net. The Balance Net offers a welcome break from all of the wilder action in the playground. It is a popular point to retreat to, for meeting and talking. This appeals to older and younger children alike. The...
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The Tree Climber is a major attraction that invites climbing. Everyone wants to climb to the top – or at least to the first horizontal net. The color coding of the net helps set new destinations, attracting children again and again. The inclined climbing in the net trains children's...
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The Jungle Explorer Dome is an irresistible play adventure. Children of all ages and abilities will find a wealth of diverse play activities to venture into, and they will want to explore the swaying, bouncy feel of the nets, ropes and climbers again and again. The top net is a destination in its...
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The Parkour 2 is a playground challenge that school age children can't pass without trying. The varied, responsive climbing ropes and nets are too much of a temptation. The Parkour 2 stimulates basic motor skills. Children use their cross-coordination, their proprioception and their muscles when...
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