The Playground Spotlight Feature of the Week: the Rock Wall Climber…

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The Rock Wall Climber is the new kid on the block, and its a big hit.

Although its relatively new to the playground scene, the Rock Wall Climber is one of the most implemented features in today’s playscapes. Not only are they thrilling to use, but also the sight of one is exciting and makes a site more attractive. With colorful foot and hand holds, this piece is aesthetically pleasing. With its free-standing and connecting abilities, it can act as a wall on its own or a way to a elevated deck or slide. The Rock Wall Climber is also very accessible and multiple children can scale it at once. What’s more… this feature is extremely valuable in the design, production, and active site stages…

In the design stage, a designer or landscape architect will find that the Rock Wall Climber is appealing to those potential clients because it is easily identifiable, it adds site versatility/diversity, and it promotes the benefits of play through helping children develop strength and coordination skills. In the production, or construction, stage, time and money will be saved as it is easy to install and it is mostly whole to begin with. In the active site stage, the Rock Wall Climber is popular, accessible, and visually attractive, so it will encourage the surrounding community to come visit the site and give it a try.

The very nature of this piece of equipment causes those in its presence to want to climb on it. Reasoning, the Rock Wall Climber has a specific purpose and instills its users with a goal—to reach the top. Also, this awesome feature has gained a recognizable status in contemporary culture, so people who have not had the chance to try it out will want to once they see it. Because the Rock Wall Climber is valuable in the design, production, and active site stages, it deserves to be the spotlight feature of the week.

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