Product name Hot Potato Adventure Play Tower
Product code HOTP
Main material Timber / wood
Main activities Balancing
Climbing
Sliding
Indicative age ranges Early primary (5-8)
Pre-teen (9-12)
Disability considerations Inclusive play
Max. freefall height (mm) 900
Installation space required (l x w) 11x5.7m
 
 
 

This brightly coloured unit has been developed for key stage 1 children as well as children of all ages. The two decks are positioned 900mm from the floor to create the excitement of height.

The towers are connected by a wobbly wooden bridge and can be accessed in various ways.

  • simple log ramp allows children to quickly run up
  • log climber provides a slightly more challenging climb
  • vertical ladder for more confident climbers,
  • scramble net or the more adventurous
  • fireman's pole

The slide provides a descent back to the ground, or children may prefer sliding down the Fireman's Pole for a little more excitement.


This brightly coloured unit has been developed for key stage 1 children as well as children of all ages. The two decks are positioned 900mm from the floor to create the excitement of height.

The towers are connected by a wobbly wooden bridge and can be accessed in various ways.

  • simple log ramp allows children to quickly run up
  • log climber provides a slightly more challenging climb
  • vertical ladder for more confident climbers,
  • scramble net or the more adventurous
  • fireman's pole

The slide provides a descent back to the ground, or children may prefer sliding down the Fireman's Pole for a little more excitement.


 
 
 
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