In the old days, when Tiptiptap wasnt manufacturing climbing structures, the favourite activity of children was scrabbling in all places imaginable and climbing up the threes. The desire to reach for heights is present in all of us since birth and we have designed our climbing structures with this inherent urge of children in mind. Climbing involves nearly all of the muscles. The hands and feet have to do most of the work, of course, but stomach and back muscles are involved as well. Besides, climbing develops coordination and boosts courage. When climbing up a tree theres always a chance that a branch might break, whereas our climbing structures are safe and take into account the age-specific capabilities of children.