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These painted and textured walls withstand institutional wear, continuing to look and function perfectly. Use climbing walls to teach coordination, balance, and strength, along with a number of cognitive skills to meet national Physical Education requirements!
Feature-packed climbing walls have a smooth top edge and a textured surface to give climbers the look and feel of a true rock wall. Durable sand and epoxy coating on the panels adds traction for climbers. A 3D red relief line marks a "safety zone" at the bottom of the wall to clearly show climbers the boundary for safe placement of feet. Because traverse climbing is a safer type of climbing challenge that doesn't require ropes or harnesses, students will be free to move at a pace that’s right for them. Teachers can easily rearrange holds and lock them into place with an included hex wrench.
Outfit Any Space
Walls come in a variety of lengths and heights to suit the needs of your space. A 20’W wall accommodates up to 5 climbers at a time, while a 40’W wall gives 10 climbers ample space to traverse. 8’H walls are great for elementary students; 10’H walls are best suited for older students and those with more advanced skills. 10'H walls come in two-piece panels measuring 8' and 2'H, with both heights available in individual panels as well.
Pre-drilled 3/4" thick x 4'W panels mount to walls with included bolts and anchors. Panels fit on nearly any wall, allowing schools to pick where they want the activity to take place. The ULTRAVERSE Cordless Mat Locking System (sold separately) is recommended for every climbing wall installation. Wall systems include standard holds, mounting hardware, and a climbing wall rules sign. Truck delivery.
8’H. Appropriate height for elementary ages.
Individual 4'W Panel with 20 holds.
20’W Wall with 5 panels and 100 holds.
40’W Wall with 10 panels and 200 holds.
10’H. Two-piece panels come in 8'H and 2'H sections. Appropriate height for middle school ages and up.
Cognitive Skills: Planning, decision making, problem solving
1. What makes traverse climbing unique?
Climbers advance across a wall horizontally, never more than two or three feet from the floor. Hand/foot holds of different shapes and sizes create changeable routes and challenges for all ages and skill levels. The activity is continuous as climbers traverse from one end of the wall to the other.
Addresses national physical education goals by building: