Kids climbing the wall at Clemson.

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kids climber and slide : Target

Before you go take your kids climbing, it is important that you have some basic skills and understanding of the sport to help keep you all safe (check out our ). Also, if you aren’t quite ready to invest in all the gear you will need, take a class, or check out a climbing gym. Both of these will often provide all of the equipment you will need to have a great day.

Owing to technologically advanced manufacturing facilities, we have been able to offer a gamut of KidsClimbers. These machines are developed and designed using superior quality raw material in compliance with international quality standards. All the climbers offered by us are provided with smooth polishing and long lasting nature. We offer these kids climbers in various types to meet the variegated demands of our clients such as Climb A Round Jr., Climb A Round Sr., Roller Coaster, Dome Climbers, Arch Climbers, Hump Climber Four Way, Bridge Ladder and Universal Climbers.

Find kids climber and slide at Target.

This safe, artful and challenging climbing sculpture is designed by nationally acclaimed artists and architects Tom and Spencer Luckey of New Haven, CT.  While the father/son team has created climbing structures for children's museums and childcare centers across the country, this is their first major outdoor installation – a colorful 24-foot work of public art that inspires active, physical play.  Climbing is necessary for children’s physical and problem-solving skill development and The Climber takes kids to new heights as they wriggle and stretch through an enclosed maze of interconnected undulating platforms at various levels.

See how The Climber was created in this time-lapse video:

  • The Climber is designed for children ages 4 and up. Younger children can try it if they want to and their grown-ups are comfortable. Not all kids climb all the way to the top; some just clamor around on the lower levels and that's fine.
  • If your child does have trouble getting down and becomes upset, ask a competently climbing child to show him or her how to get down. They're usually very happy to help.
  • Grown-ups are welcome to climb too!
  • The Climber is open in almost all kinds of weather. Its roof provides protection from rain and hot sun. It is closed during electrical storms and in the most severe part of the winter.
  • Shoes on or off - it's up to you. Clogs and flip flops are better left on the ground. We recommend emptying pockets of cell phones and loose change, too.

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We take our kids climbing because it gives all of us that boost you get from physical activity, being outside, and leaving all the stresses of everyday life behind for a little while. Recently our 7 year old surprised us by asking one weekend, “Why didn’t we go climbing this weekend? I want to go climbing!” That was a hard week for our family, and I think if we’d gotten our weekly dose of outside climbing we’d have all felt a little better!

Finally, as the name suggests, there are a couple of steps for your kids to climb before they can go down the slide – great for exercising those developing muscles!