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Skyward Summit

The Skyward Summit™ is the perfect climber for active kids who enjoy climbing walls or rock wall adventures. Teach your children to play while getting plenty of exercise on this outdoor rock climbing jungle gym. The bottom is a perfect place for hiding or taking a break after climbing fun. Cargo nets and grips will promote coordination, balance, and strength during active play. Perfect for multiple child use, this kids rock climbing wall has an authentic design reaching over 6.5 feet tall (80 inches/2.03 m) and gives your children over 100 square feet (9.29 square meters) of outer climbing area! Made in USA of US and imported parts. Nets, grips and flag made in China.

  • Children will build their strength and coordination as they climb the four unique surfaces modeled after a rock climbing wall
  • This outdoor climber narrows as children climb higher, creating a fun challenge
  • The rock climbing wall for kids features two climbing cargo nets, one floor net and nine grips
  • The hole at the top of the kid’s rock climbing wall allows children to peek out and play capture the flag
  • Adult Supervision Recommended
  • Ground anchors secure the Skyward Summit to the ground (included)
  • Limit four children on the rock climbing jungle gym
  • Limit one child on the middle platform of the Skyward Summit
  • Maximum weight limit: 320 lbs. (145.1 Kg) on the kid’s rock climbing wall
  • Maximum weight: 80 lbs. (36.3 Kg) on the middle platform
  • Tips to enhance product life
  • Intended for family and domestic outdoor use only over proper surfacing
  • Adult assembly required
  • Also available as a combo
Recommended Age: 4 - 8
Product Number: 782200
Dimensions: 80.00 H 80.00 W 52.00 D
Weight: 142.50 lbs
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Step2Skyward Summit
 
4.5

(based on 168 reviews)

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99%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (296)
  • Attractive (137)
  • Hours of fun (136)
  • Weather proof (123)
  • Easy assembly (70)

Cons

  • Difficult setup (42)
  • Hard to keep clean (3)

Best Uses

  • Group play (129)
  • Physical activity (127)
  • Individual play (125)
  • Small children (76)
  • Older children (61)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Parent of two or more children (87), Stay at home parent (49), Education oriented (42), Grandparent (39), Working parent (33)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (26), Yes (15)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

worth it!

We bought this to encourage one of our own favorite activates…climbing. It has been fun watching our soon to be 4 year old climb the summit. Just today he tackled learning...Read complete review

We bought this to encourage one of our own favorite activates…climbing. It has been fun watching our soon to be 4 year old climb the summit. Just today he tackled learning how to climb down out of the platform. The look on his face was worth it. The platform is a cool retreat for him to get away from his little brother. Item was received a week after ordering and took a few hours to put together. Having an extra person could have made it go by faster. Day two of having it and I feel it was still a good purchase…I know my son loves it!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

What a MONSTER!

This is a great product, but beware of a few things! First, the trucking company had mangled and tore up the flimsy box it was shipped in. I had some parts missing and...Read complete review

This is a great product, but beware of a few things! First, the trucking company had mangled and tore up the flimsy box it was shipped in. I had some parts missing and had to buy from the hardware store! Took a good day to put together!

But my autistic/ADD boy loves to climb on it! So in the long run, it is worth it!

Just recommend insurance on shipping, JUST IN CASE!

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5.0

Skyward Summit

By slf

from Los Angeles, CA

About Me First Time Parent, Working Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Durable
  • Sturdy
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

  • Difficult Assembly

Best Uses

    Comments about Step2 Skyward Summit:

    So far, we are enjoying this product. My 4-year-old son enjoys many aspects and the product is challenging without being overly difficult or dangerous. I am impressed by how sturdy the assembled product is. The assembly, especially the rope ladder, was difficult. In fact, we have only been able to install one of the two rope ladders.

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    4.0

    "Three high energy boys loving this! "

    By TJ

    from Providence, RI

    About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Durable
    • Easy Assembly
    • Hours of Fun
    • Sturdy
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Group Play
      • Individual Play
      • Older Children
      • Physical Activity
      • Small Children

      Comments about Step2 Skyward Summit:

      Great for big imaginations...we just sit back and see what they turn it into next...we've had it about a month and it has been a cave, a mountain, a castle, a tower, a gold mine, just to name a few...the boys just LOVE their new structure!!!

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      5.0

      Very happy

      By Jglmdw

      from Indiana

      About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

      Verified Buyer
      new-bee

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Durable
      • Hours of Fun
      • Sturdy

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Group Play
        • Individual Play
        • Physical Activity

        Comments about Step2 Skyward Summit:

        I was very happy with the quality of the Skyward Summit. I purchased this item for my very active and furniture climbing 3 year old son. He is able to climb to the summit while improving his strength and agility. Not only is he able to enjoy it but my 5 and 10 year olds do as well. My husband assembled this item by himself in a couple of hours. The only thing that I have concerns about is the fact that it gets really hot, we have this placeed outside, and I will need to hose down the Summit before the kids can play on it during the summer months.

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        • Yes

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        5.0

        Best $ Spent on a kids toy hands down

        By Chrissy

        from Red Deer, Alberta Canada

        About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Multiples (Twins etc), Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent, Working Parent

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Durable
        • Easy to clean
        • Hours of Fun
        • Sturdy
        • Weather Resistant

        Cons

        • Difficult Assembly

        Best Uses

        • Group Play
        • Individual Play
        • Older Children
        • Physical Activity
        • Small Children
        • Special Needs

        Comments about Step2 Skyward Summit:

        Santa brought this for my kids a couple Christmases ago and while it took all night to put together it has provided a solid 2 years of play so far, and it looks as good as the day we got it. We have it in our playroom and every child (and even some teens) want to come to our house to play because of it. It is sturdy and durable - and provides hours of imaginative fun. I opened a dayhome and it is the most played with toy, and we have other climbers too but this one surpasses them all. The kids play anything from mountain climbers, to rustic campers to Rapunzel it awakens so many fun games in their little imaginations and they thoroughly enjoy it. I definitely recommend full and active supervision as it is very tall and the kids could get hurt fairly easily but it is so worth it to sit in the playroom with them and a cup of coffee and listen to their imaginations go wild. Thanks Step 2! My kids love it!

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        5.0

        My 3 Year Old Loves It!

        By Donna

        from Hazlet, NJ

        About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

        Verified Buyer
        new-bee

        Pros

        • Easy Assembly
        • Hours of Fun
        • Sturdy

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Group Play
          • Individual Play
          • Physical Activity
          • Small Children

          Comments about Step2 Skyward Summit:

          We wanted to get a swing set for our 2 girls (3.5 years and 11 months) but the size of our yard didn't allow us to get anything that would last them for several years. The Skyward Summit is a perfect size for our yard and provides endless entertainment for our 3.5 year old. She keeps telling me to call her Izzy when she climbs it because it is Neverland Mountain! We just got it so I'll see how it does through the winter but my daughter's preschool has one as well and it seemed to have sustained the weather just fine. The other perk of this product is that when the girls are done with it in 5-7 years, it will be much easier to disassemble then a whole swing set! We highly recommend this product.

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          Already Asked: 10 Questions, 88 Answers
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          Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
          Celeste O: For my son who is really active. I want him to have as much fun in his own backyard as he would in a park. Oct 12, 2014
          Carrie G: Looks fun! Sep 29, 2014
          Kirsten F: Looks like fun and I have been looking for a climber to purchase for our daycare. Sep 4, 2014
          Barry E: It was recommended to me by our First Years Preschool Director Aug 25, 2014
          Hollie A: It looks like a great motor skill development toy. Aug 20, 2014
          St. Bernard P: It looked like a great, safe place for my preschoolers to climb and explore. Aug 19, 2014
          vicki p: thought kids would enjoy looked like good quality and safe Jul 11, 2014
          Ricki R: Great for boys with tons of energy. Jul 1, 2014
          Brianne B: I chose this for my sons sensory input needs. Jun 28, 2014
          Larry G: It looks like a neat thing for my grandsons that will last a long time. Jun 21, 2014
          Jonathan F: Our friends have this same setup and they love it as do all the kids that play together at their house. Of all the toys and options in their yard this is the one that gets the most attention. It also serves as a great reading nook for their daughter and will certainly prove to be one for out daughter too! Jun 14, 2014
          Judith G: Looks like fun for my 4 yr old grandson, this toy will be located at our house. Jun 3, 2014
          Roger F: For my children! May 26, 2014
          Kris C: I have 2 boys that will love this. Apr 14, 2014
          Shelli I: Birthday gift for our 2 year old and 6 year old daughters Apr 11, 2014
          Colleen R: It is the kind of activity I am looking for for my son. Mar 17, 2014
          Becky D: Grandchildren loved it at a friends house.... so I got it for their birthday gift. Mar 14, 2014
          Cindi A: Twin 5 year old boys would love this item. Larger enough for a few kids to play. A friend has one and they love it! Mar 11, 2014
          frank T: Our son is autistic and loves climbing. Mar 1, 2014
          Krystle A: My 4 year old loves climbing things that look like this at the big playgrounds so he should love having this in his backyard Feb 21, 2014
          Jaime T: FITS THE SPACE I NEED Feb 20, 2014
          Nicole B: great item, promotes physical activity Jan 30, 2014
          Julie S: I know both of my children will love this. They used one while visiting with friends before and had so much fun. Looking forward to having this for our backyard. Jan 27, 2014
          Thushara D: Needed a safe climber that wasn't too high and too expensive. Jan 17, 2014
          SHAUNDRA M: great reviews, and looks like a fun product for climbers! Dec 17, 2013
          Tracy C: For our preschool playground. Dec 16, 2013
          Elizabeth M: THis looks like a lot of fun and the reviews that I read online were great (such as from "thismamaloves" dot com website). Dec 14, 2013
          Anne M: My son has some physical issues and I was told that giving him climbing and jumping opportunities would be beneficial for him. Dec 1, 2013
          Elsie B: My husband did a service call and his customer had this for her children so my husband wanted one for our grandchildren Nov 21, 2013
          Debra M: I wanted a climber that my 3 yr. old grandson could grow with . . . we already have the Step 2 Adventure swing set so I didn't want another swing/slide combination Nov 17, 2013
          Melissa G: My kids love to climb and I have had great experience with Step 2 products so far!! Nov 17, 2013
          Kathryn C: EXCELLENT reviews/high quality for energetic kids/I purchased Step2 play equipment in the past & trust the quality. Despite 9 years of hard play by 3 grandchildren - our last purchase. LOOKS NEW! Still sturdy and safe. (Some sun fading - but expected) Oct 24, 2013
          Sherry B: for my Childcare children to be active outside. Working on fitness Oct 11, 2013
          Jenny L: For our daycare center, for the older kids to have something to climb on. Sep 16, 2013
          Greg S: Great reviews, looks cool, Cheap shipping. Sep 8, 2013
          Erica J: Fun for the kids Sep 7, 2013
          raphael a: i have a preschool and i believe the kids will love it Jul 10, 2013
          kristy m: for our two grandsons Birthdays Jun 29, 2013
          Cindy Z: Plan to use on a preschool playground. Have good experience with previous Step2 products. Jun 18, 2013
          Paul F: Same reason how many people have something
          like this in there back yard.
          May 21, 2013
          Karen C: I found the product at a better price elsewhere, however the cost to ship was almost as much as the
          cost of the item. Also, I have purchased from you in the past and have never experienced and issues.
          Thanks Much.
          May 17, 2013
          Sandy G: I liked the reviews and felt the children in my day care would enjoy it. It appears to be sturdy. May 15, 2013
          Nathanael M: Well we will see if I've made a good choice. Please allow it to be delivered safely first before all this. Apr 30, 2013
          Mary C: This product had great reviews and I have a very active grandson! Apr 26, 2013
          Joanne S: for Early Learning center playground Apr 18, 2013
          A shopper asked: Can you attach a slide to this unit? Has step 2 considered doing this? what kind of slide can you attach? Jun 1, 2013
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          Jessica Q: There is no place to attach slid currently. Great idea though. My kids love this though!!! My children are 6&4. We purchased it when my oldest was 5. Jun 3, 2013
          Reply to Jessica Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          cheryl a: I do not think that would be possible. At least not safe. When the kids are on the top there is nowhere to hang on to.
          I wouldn't add one.
          Jun 3, 2013
          Reply to cheryl Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          olin s: I have one, and never saw slide attachment capabilities. Jun 3, 2013
          Reply to olin Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Chris C: Can not currently be done. Jun 3, 2013
          Reply to Chris Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          A shopper asked: Can children climb on this barefooted, or do the climbing rocks hurt bare feet? Mar 11, 2014
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          Rochelle T: I think that may depend in how sensitive their feet are. My kids climb on it barefoot all the time. The yellow handles have a smooth rounded edge and are pretty hand and foot friendly. Even the rope net can be climbed barefoot as the rope is about 3/4 inch in diameter. My kids find the texture of the rope unpleasant so they don't chose to climb the net without shoes.
          In general I think it has been an excellent buy. I'm handy in general, but it was easy to follow the directions and assemble.
          Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Rochelle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Hugh G: Bare feet are fine. The surface isn't soft or entirely smooth (so that it's slip resistant) and one could conceivably stub a toe. Such is outdoor play. Jumping from the rock onto the surrounding surface is probably a bigger risk to feet so the suggested soft surrounding is a good idea. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Hugh Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: Our operating instructions, which are included in the Skyward Summit box, state to dress children appropriately, including wearing well-fitting shoes that fully protect feet. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Jason J: My son i don't think ever did. I believe would hurt their feet plus if in sun all day would be hot and hurt feet.....but great product son now 5 still uses everyday Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Jason Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Anita G: You could climb on the climbing rock without shoes, but I would not recommend it and it probably would not be very safe for your feet. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Anita Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Michael B: I think they would need shoes. Its quality smooth plastic but hard. Excellent investment. Kids love it Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Mike C: Our kids hate wearing shoes in the summer and they have no problem climbing barefoot. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to Mike Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          DAVID C: My son climbs on this barefoot, no problem. It is smooth plastic, not rigid. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to DAVID Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          BETH D: Yes, the children can climb on it barefoot. Mar 12, 2014
          Reply to BETH Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          A shopper asked: Does anybody know if you can put it in a "Playroom"? It is too hot where we live and I think it would get more use inside. It says there are anchors for the ground, so is it OK to just have it on carpet? If I watch kids closely.

          Thank You,
          Apr 26, 2014
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          Elizabeth E: We have this outside in our back yard. My boys love it!!! It is rather big and very tall. We don't have it anchored in the ground so I think it will be ok on carpet as long as your room is big enough for it!! Hope I helped! Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Elizabeth Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          Louise P: This item is very heavy and large. If your playroom is large I think it would be great. I bought two of then for two grandsons. They love it! I don't think it will topple easily but I would watch them carefully. You can always hang some weights from the inside to add weight. Good luck. Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Louise Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Hugh G: You need to anchor it for stability, in my opinion. A soft surround is also a good idea as there's quite a drop from the top. And the ceiling would have to be unusually high - imagine a child standing on your head. Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Hugh Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          casey c: I think you will be fine...I anchored mine down because its outside. Playing on it in the house will be fun it kinda has some weight to it so it won't fall over, gmcgearhead Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to casey Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Rochelle T: Yes absolutely! The structure is very stable. The anchors are extra extra safe. I have mine set up on our deck with rubber mats around edge. We have not used the anchors. Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Rochelle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: Please follow the assembly instructions for proper installation of this climber. It is intended for family and domestic outdoor use only over proper surfacing. Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Steven D: I put mine in our family room unanchored my four year old grandson loves it. It also slides easy on the carpet to move around if need be. Apr 29, 2014
          Reply to Steven Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          A shopper asked: Is a mat necessary to put the skyward summit on? Apr 14, 2013
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          Debbie G: For safety from a fall it would be a good idea to have something especially if you plan on having it on a hard surface. I had a childcare business so my husband and I built a very large sandbox, 10' X 12', assembled the skyward summit inside before adding the sand. The children love it! Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to Debbie Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Rachelle O: No, you dont need a mat, but it IS very high. My kids are now 6 and I feel comfortable letting them play with it in the yard and watching from a distance, but last year, I insisted on being right there near them so that they did not fall. The yard area must be very level as well Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to Rachelle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Quang Nhan Tin L: No, we have ours on rubber tyre chips in our backyard. It drains pretty well underneath there. The kids love to crawl/ hide under there.
          If you set it on the lawn you'd want to move the summit every now and then so your lawn won't die underneath.
          Apr 15, 2013
          robert r: No mat needed. I have it on a grassy area. The included pegs have kept it solid through two major hurricanes. It didn't budge an inch. It still looks like new. I hope your kids enjoy it as much as mine have.

          Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to robert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Lindsay O: As with any climbing structure, you will want a soft surface like grass, mulch, etc...for landing on, but a mat is not necessary. Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to Lindsay Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Lori M: no there is no need for a mat. Great toy very sturdy. Apr 21, 2013
          Reply to Lori Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Taheerah B: If you are using this equipment indoors, yes. We purchased this for a child care center play room. Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to Taheerah Good answer? Yes (0) No (1)
          A shopper asked: My son is 6 and my daughter is 5. We are wanting something other than a swing set. I am wondering if our kids will play on this for years to come or are they at the end of the age bracket? I notice alot of the reviews are about kids younger than mine. Jun 24, 2014
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          Mary C: I wouldn't say for years to come at the ages they are already. This is a very unique backyard playset that has been a big hit at my grandson's birthday party but I bought it when he was 3 heading for 4. Our problem with it is that Virginia Beach is full of spiders and he doesn't like the webs that accumulate so won't use it as much as I'd hoped! I would say that if your kids are on the smaller side you would get some good use and could probably recoup your investment in selling it since these products hold up beautifully. Jun 25, 2014
          Reply to Mary Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Juan O: My sons are 2 and 4, they definitely enjoy using the bottom section as a playhouse that they can crawl in and out off. My 4 year old mastered climbing to the top and . We see the summit as an alternative to build upper strength and a way to overcome being scared of heights as well as building confidence. A 5 and 6 year old should still be able to enjoy it, this summit is pretty big (mine was delivered in a semi trailer.) Jun 24, 2014
          Reply to Juan Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Audra W: We've had ours about a year and all the kids in the neighborhood play on it. Only down-side is that the middle section can only have once child at a time on it (limit of 80 lbs.). Jun 27, 2014
          Reply to Audra Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Ricki R: 5 is about the end for this toy. Get Gator Island....A huge hit. We hook up to kitchen sink and use warm water and kids love it! difficult to put away but worth it. Jun 25, 2014
          Reply to Ricki Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Pam W asked: I am going to pick up the SS will I be able to fit it in my honda pilot? Oct 19, 2013
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          Naomi B: I picked my SS up with a Nissan Armada. I had to use the second and third row seating so I would recommend picking up without children. Oct 21, 2013
          Reply to Naomi Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          Gilbert D: If it is assembled it will not fit in any SUV. It will need the bed of a pickup truck. If it is still in the box you should check the box dimensions (should be on the website) and measure your Honda. Oct 21, 2013
          Reply to Gilbert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          william S: if you take it out of the box and place the parts in seperately and even fold the box flat to keep for when you get to your destination. Oct 21, 2013
          Reply to william Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: The Skyward Summit is packaged in a large carton. The carton dimensions are 80.75” x 48.5” x 20.75” and the weight is 142.5 lbs. Oct 21, 2013
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          N V asked: What are the 4 holes above the cargo net designed for? Is there a bar available to put there? Jun 6, 2013
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          Rick H: We have the Skyward Summit (installed a couple years ago). There is nothing that came with it that occupies those four holes. I'm not sure why they are there. Jun 7, 2013
          Reply to Rick Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          Michael D: Hi not that we know of. We have alot of grandkids climbing on the summit and it is solid. We have had it for a few years. Holding up very well. Jun 10, 2013
          Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          Gilbert D: My wife and I split up and I don't live at the house to be able to go look. But I don't remember wanting a bar above the cargo net. The kids climb up through the top from the cargo net so it seems a bar would obstruct that. The holes might be for screws or some other fasteners. Make sure the cargo net is tight. And make sure the last parts to form the top of the Summit are tightly secured. Jun 7, 2013
          Reply to Gilbert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Vicki C: If you're talking about the big holes, they places wher he climbs in and out. They are also windows. He also uses them to stand in when he plants his flag on the top of the summit. Jun 11, 2013
          Reply to Vicki Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Mike9999 asked: We will be placing this in an outdoor play area over concrete. What are the current playground guidelines on providing a safe play surface in case of falls, i.e. how DEEP does the rubber mulch need to be?

          TIA.
          Mar 23, 2014
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          Step2Staff: Do not install the Skyward Summit or surfacing material over concrete, asphalt, packed earth, grass, carpet or any other hard surface. It is recommended that a shock absorbing material should extend a minimum of 6.5 ft. in all directions from the perimeter. For additional details about installation, please visit http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/782200_assembly.pdf Mar 24, 2014
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Nori W: Don't install it on grass?? What ARE you supposed to install it on? Aug 12, 2014
          Step2Staff: We recommend not installing playground equipment over hard surfaces such as concrete asphalt, packed earth, grass, carpet or any other hard surface. Create an obstacle-free site to reduce injury. Maintain a minimum distance of 6.5 feet (2 m) from structures or obstructions. Aug 13, 2014
          Laurel: What are the base dimensions of this unit? Jul 24, 2014
          Reply to Laurel Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: The base dimensions for the Skyward Summit are 80 inches wide by 52 inches deep. Jul 24, 2014
          Gary Grant asked: Is it possible to fit additional climbing holds onto the Skyward Summit? Jan 8, 2014
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          Casey C: Hi Gary,

          We purchased the Skyward Summit a few years ago and have been extremely pleased with it. Our children love to climb and play on, in, and around it. Since the climbing wall is recessed in the areas where the climbing holds are installed it would be difficult and most likely unstable to attach additional holds.
          Jan 8, 2014
          Reply to Casey Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Steven D: I did not receive my until January 8 2014. Put it together this weekend grandson loves it. But I had the same question he has trouble going from ropes to wall, could use some more hooks in that area there's 4 holes to use for them. Jan 13, 2014
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