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Need an extra layer of complexity for the avid climber on your hands? While the Reversible Ramp is a great option, some toddlers say “CHALLENGE ACCEPTED” and are ready to master a higher level of difficulty in their imaginative play.
This safe kids climbing structure allows for maximum practice of gross motor skills with a flat side to slide down and side with smooth rock climbing grips for full body movement. Create a safe but challenging environment where your child can discover, play and climb all day! The rock climbing ramp is the perfect addition to any pikler triangle, pikler arch or rocker board.
Ways To Play: Use the rungs to climb up and down levels of your rocker board. Climb on top of your pikler triangle and slide down the smooth side or even race toy cars down it. Use it to create a balance beam between 2 climbing arches. Create a climbing ramp from the floor to the sofa seat or flip it on it’s other side for a smooth and exciting slide.
- Handcrafted by local artisans
- Non toxic materials and 100% safe design
- Certified wood and fair work
Please Do Not Leave Your Child Unattended
Place a Non-Slip Mat Under Item for Safety
All products are *MADE TO ORDER*.
Dimensions: (L) 46" x (W) 15"
Material: FSC European Birch Plywood. Painted with non toxic paints
Max Load: 121 lbs
Recommended Age: 9 months - 6 years
Founded in 2010, Wiwiurka started as a way to connect with people through nature, sustainable & intentional living, and as a way to be independent.
Wiwiurka set their sights on tree health & maintenance with harvested wood. Struck by Inspiration, they began building OOAK outdoor playgrounds.
Wiwiurka continued to focus on the creation of children's furniture inspired by Pikler, Montessori, and Waldorf’s pedagogical proposals. Wiwiurka is proud to promote active and creative play, especially gross motor development.
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