Scramble up, over and through! The Rock Wall Log Climber is suitable for all age groups and can also be used as a den or a fun tunnel. It provides a dual challenge within an Adventure Trail. This versatile trail component comprises of a rock wall with climbing holds on one side and a log climber on the other. This will not only test and develop a child’s coordination but also their strength and agility. Children will learn that having good coordination between hands and feet makes it much easier to climb up and down each side.
Adventure Trails naturally encourage active play. They are a fantastic way to enable children to challenge themselves and their friends. They create a fun and exciting challenge, giving children the opportunity to test and develop their strength, balance, co-ordination and agility. Active play encourages cooperation, competition, and using the imagination. It also strengthens relationships, develops communication skills and builds confidence through teamwork, determination, resilience and fun.
Why not use the Adventure Trail components as part of a fun warm-up in your PE lessons? Push your children to rise to a physical challenge and, for example, get as far as they can without touching the ground. If they can’t master it on their first try, make this a personal challenge for them so they can succeed and improve. Creating physical challenges will teach your children about setting their own personal targets.