Climb to new heights on the Sierra Nevada climber. Immediately, the tone of a desert is set when people enter the playground. One side is a Large Sandstone Boulder and on the other, a Medium Sandstone Boulder. Between the two pillars is a simple grid for climbing. Kids will quickly see that there is more than one way to play. The grid in the center suggests climbing up or across, but simultaneously, it can be a way to reach a summit or to climb down from one. With the distinct differences between the two boulders, children will have even more to explore. While one boulder is more squat and has a staircase like shape, the other has a Easter Island head type shape. However kids choose to climb, they are sure to find fun on the Sierra Nevada.
For a less intricate system, check out the Spider Mountain.
All NatureROCKS Boulders require pouring of a 12″ thick concrete pad reinforced with rebar, prior to installation.