Kids Outdoor Climbing Toys – Step2 Skyward Summit Climber

February 29, 2016 - Comment

Kids outdoor climbing toys are the best choice to promote balance, strength and coordination in growing kids. The Step 2 Skyward Summit Climber is an addition to your backyard that will become the focal point of fun activity for all the kids. This climber encourages group play and features four unique climbing surfaces with varying challenges.

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Kids outdoor climbing toys are the best choice to promote balance, strength and coordination in growing kids. The Step 2 Skyward Summit Climber is an addition to your backyard that will become the focal point of fun activity for all the kids. This climber encourages group play and features four unique climbing surfaces with varying challenges.

Great Exercise For The Kids

Four kids at once can climb on this wall with a maximum total weight limit of 320 pounds. That means about 80 pounds per kid if they are on it all at once. Everything is included and some adult assembly is required. Smooth plastic construction ensures durability and safety. This climbing wall has 9 grips and over 100 square feet of climbing area with a narrow top for a challenging climb and workout for the kids.

There are four separate climbing faces with varying challenges to keep the kids entertained all summer.

It includes two climbing safety nets and one floor net with an overall height from top to bottom of 80 inches. This is an affordable purchase for long lasting multi-kid fun.

The Skyward Summit is recommended for kids between 4 and 8 years of age. It has an authentic design that will make it the go-to toy for boys and girls. The bright colors, peek-a-boo holes and platform turn this into a clubhouse like gathering spot. This is a realistic and fun climbing wall and adult supervision is recommended while in use.

Springtime is here and it’s time to get your backyard all set up for outdoor fun. Climbing toys are the best exercise and the kids will never want to get off this thing. Tire them out for a good nights sleep with the Step 2 Skyward Summit Climber.

 

Comments

David London says:

“Climb worth the Build!” Kids are simple-if you like it, they like! I was excited to present this to our lil’ athletes in our new Kid’s Club at they gym and they were all too happy to play on it for hours! Sturdy, colorful, easy to move around, good weight handling and can facilitate multiple kids simultaneously. I withdrew (1) star as putting it together was more than a struggle. A few of the holes were not drilled completely through which obviously required some drilling, a few pieces took some “muscle” from a few guys to hold and squeeze together why the 3rd person put the screw/bolts/crossbars/cargo net in due to misalignment. The directions were written as “expected” due to the origin of it’s manufacturing so common sense, PATIENCE, and willingness to give it multiple hours if not half a day is required to start & finish this product. All in all, it was worth it! Tips: use a good drill on lowest setting/torque as your hands & forearms will be wasted from hours of twisting; don’t get ahead…

Sweet Merry Mayhem says:

Skyward Summit We bought this last year for our 2 year old son and 5 year old daughter. We have it set up in our formal dining room and our kids love it. My 5 year old likes to climb and sit in the middle part. She pretends it’s her princess tower. My 2 year old plays underneath with his cars and trains and treats it like a cave. He’s not quite ready to climb the walls.We haven’t had any problems with injuries or the pinching noted in another review. I’m suspecting that it may have been a larger child trying to fit through the hole at the top. My 5 year old can stand up and make it through the hole to grab the flag, but it’s probably not a good idea to try to climb through it. Ours is all gray rather than the colorful version featured here. It reminds me of the 1980’s He-Man Castle Grayskull. We’re happy with it and highly recommend it!

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