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Make rock climbing accessible and inclusive! Climbing from one side to the other helps kids with varying disabilities build confidence and sense of accomplishment. As they problem solve and make decisions, the adaptive wall helps kids practice balance, build body awareness, increase muscle strength, develop gross motor skills and more. The interactive surface invites cognitive learning; use the magnetic dry erase wall to practice letters, words and math. Features large hand holds with grab bars and wide ledges to place feet, providing stability, extra support and feeling of control.
- Provides proprioceptive input to help improve sensory integration
- Encourages critical thinking, heavy work and gross motor skills
- Supports kids with physical, sensory, communicative and cognitive disabilities
- Ages 6-12
Ideas for Use
Ideal for inclusive or adapted physical education, occupational therapy and physical therapy and provides opportunities to develop balance, body awareness, muscle strength, gross motor skills and more. Send us your room dimensions! We will customize your wall to your space. Use with adult supervision.
Please note: This item will be shipped separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery. Estimated date provided upon request. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.
Dimensions Climber Capacity Installation Time
8′H x 4′L 1 Climber 1 hr
8′H x 12′L 5 Climbers 3 hrs 45 min
8′H x 20′L 10 Climbers 7 hrs 30 min
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For which disabilities is Adaptive Wall best suited?
The Adaptive Wall is ideal for all kids with physical, sensory, communicative and cognitive disabilities.
Has the Adaptive Wall been evaluated by external companies?
The Adaptive Traverse Wall was rated by the independent National Lekotek CEnter, a non-profit organization, which bestowed upon the product "very good" and "good" ratings following its AblePlay™ evaluation. During the evaluation, the product was evaluated for its contribution to children with multiple disabilities including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Developmental Delays, Down Syndrome & Speech and Language Delays.
What materials are used when making the wall?
The Climbing Wall is constructed of 3/4" plywood which is coated with a smooth, white, dry-erase/magnetized surface.
How are the hand holds attached to the wall?
The hand holds (aka hand grips) are mounted to the traverse wall through t-nuts and held in place with bolts. An Allen wrench can be used for easy attachment and removal. The t-nuts are of premium quality and our bolts of standardized length so that removing and moving hand holds is simple and fast.
What does the Traverse Wall include?
Each 4x8 Adaptive Wall section includes letter and number magnets, Adaptive Climbing Holds, Groperz Hand Holds, 66 preset placement options for mounting hand holds, Adaptive Climbing activity guide, dry erase marker and the Red-Relief Line.
What are Groperz?
The color-coded Groperz; hand holds offer a variety of additional options for climbers to use as they travel across the Traverse Wall. Green hand holds are the largest and easiest to grip. The yellow holds come in a variety of sizes and offer a light challenge. The red holds are medium sized and provide the most challenge. Climbers can choose to use any color hand hold, or try the extra challenge of climbing using only hand holds of the same color.
What is the Red Relief Line?
The Red-Relief Line is a safety feature that reminds climbers to stay within a distance of three feet from the floor, and is a helpful tool for the climbing wall supervisor.
How many hand holds are included with a Traverse Wall?
Each 4' x 8' panel comes with 20 Groperz Hand Holds, 3 Adaptive Hand/Foot holds and 66 t-nuts, offering a variety of options for varying and modifying difficulty levels.
Is it possible to move the Climbing Wall?
Yes, climbing walls can be disassembled and moved to a new location. New mounting hardware will be required for installation.
What activities can we do with the wall?
Each Adaptive Climbing Wall comes with an Adaptive Climbing Wall Activity Guide that helps instructors maximize use of the wall for children with cognitive, communicative, physical and sensory disabilities participate in a climbing wall program. Some activities that are appropriate for the climbing wall includes climbing games, language and math activities.
What added liability or insurance needs will I have?
Product Liability Insurance backs all Everlast Climbing™ products. It is also recommended that you consult with your insurance carrier to see if they require any additional insurance. With Traverse Walls, additional coverage is not typically required since the climber’s feet are not more than 3½’ off the floor and safety mats provide 6’ of fall zone protection.
What do we need for safety surfacing?
Mats are an important safety component of your climbing wall. We offer safety mats in 2” thicknesses. Mats are constructed of polyethylene foam enclosed in an 18-oz. polyester reinforced vinyl cover. They come in 4’ x 6’ sections of Royal Blue and Red.
Is there a way to stack the mats when they are not being used?
The walls come with a mat locking system which locks to the wall when not in use.
What type of wall can the climbing walls be installed on?
These walls can be installed on cinderblock or concrete (will not work on drywall).
I am interested in the adaptive climbing wall as well as the mats that are underneath. I have a question regarding the mats. I am wondering if there is a way they can be attached to the wall while being used and if there is a way to store them uprite and attached to the wall e.g velcro or a hooks to attach to walls in order for them to stay out of the way when not being used? Please get back to me at your earliest convenience. Thank you!