Looming tall over the playground, Towering Heights is a truly massive play structure. Although its tall nature is the primary selling point of Towering Heights, kids will also love the various ground-level avenues of play. Whether it’s the Rain Wheel, the Ship’s Wheel, the Bench Panel, or the Castle Learning Panel, your playground-goers will have no trouble occupying themselves with fun, imaginative play. Once kids are ready, they can ascend either the Twist Arch Ladder or the Draw Bridge Climber; alternatively, they can climb up the steel staircase, which features an ADA Transfer Station for those who need it. Once kids are aboard Towering Heights, they’ll quickly notice the Incline Tube Bridge, which connects the lower and upper elevated floors of the structure. After going down one of the three slides, kids will surely want to experience its high elevation again and again.
|Age Range||5 – 12 years|
|Child Capacity||33 – 43|
|Safety Zone||29′ 10″ x 42′ 10″|
|Ground Level||4 Components|
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