Monmouth Climbing Frame

The Monmouth Climbing Frame has been specially designed for a wide age range for easy access and use by the smallest children, whilst still providing a lot of fun for slightly older child. This climbing frame has a swing arm with two swings and a climbing rope attached, a slide, staircase and even a commando climbing net for all those little monkeys out there! This really is a great all rounder, with a reasonable price to match. We know the Monmouth will give your whole family a lot of fun for many years to come.

  • Wooden Tower - 90cm (3ft) x 120cm (4ft)
  • Wooden Roof for the Tower - highest point being 3.06m
  • Wooden Platform - 90cm (3ft) x 120cm (4ft), 1.5m high
  • Heavy Duty Wavy Water Slide - 3m (10ft) Dark Green (other colours available, just ask)
  • Wooden Access Ladder & Staircase
  • Wooden Double Swing Arm
  • 2 Adjustable Pine Wood Swing Seats
  • Commando Climbing Net - approx. 1m (w) x 3m (h)
  • Wooden Sandpit with four corner seats
  • Wooden Balustrades for two 60cm sides (59.5cm high)
  • Wooden Balustrades for one 90cm side (59.5cm high)
  • Instructions & Fixings

Special staircase designed for small legs

Commando climbing net for children who are climbing mad!

The sandpit adds an element fo creative play, while the swings can give you huge amounts of flexibility

The swing accessories can easily be clipped on and off, so you could add a baby swing for a little one, or a climbing ladder for extra climbing entertainment

Wood is Pressure Treated - so is robust and durable and all parts are pre-cut making assembly easier

  • Platform Size - 0.9m x 0.9m
  • Platform Height - 1.5m
  • Overall Height - 3.06m
  • Overall Length - 5.66m
  • Overall Depth - 4.55m
  • Upright Timber Thickness - 70mm x 70mm
  • Swing Beam Timber Thickness - 90mm x 90mm

  • 10 Year Warranty - against rot and infestation in the timber
  • 1 Year Warranty on all other parts

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Product Information

The Monmouth Climbing Frame has been specially designed for a wide age range for easy access and use by the smallest children, whilst still providing a lot of fun for slightly older child. This climbing frame has a swing arm with two swings and a climbing rope attached, a slide, staircase and even a commando climbing net for all those little monkeys out there! This really is a great all rounder, with a reasonable price to match. We know the Monmouth will give your whole family a lot of fun for many years to come.

What's in the Box

  • Wooden Tower - 90cm (3ft) x 120cm (4ft)
  • Wooden Roof for the Tower - highest point being 3.06m
  • Wooden Platform - 90cm (3ft) x 120cm (4ft), 1.5m high
  • Heavy Duty Wavy Water Slide - 3m (10ft) Dark Green (other colours available, just ask)
  • Wooden Access Ladder & Staircase
  • Wooden Double Swing Arm
  • 2 Adjustable Pine Wood Swing Seats
  • Commando Climbing Net - approx. 1m (w) x 3m (h)
  • Wooden Sandpit with four corner seats
  • Wooden Balustrades for two 60cm sides (59.5cm high)
  • Wooden Balustrades for one 90cm side (59.5cm high)
  • Instructions & Fixings

Why Buy?

Special staircase designed for small legs

Commando climbing net for children who are climbing mad!

The sandpit adds an element fo creative play, while the swings can give you huge amounts of flexibility

The swing accessories can easily be clipped on and off, so you could add a baby swing for a little one, or a climbing ladder for extra climbing entertainment

Wood is Pressure Treated - so is robust and durable and all parts are pre-cut making assembly easier

Technical Specifications

  • Platform Size - 0.9m x 0.9m
  • Platform Height - 1.5m
  • Overall Height - 3.06m
  • Overall Length - 5.66m
  • Overall Depth - 4.55m
  • Upright Timber Thickness - 70mm x 70mm
  • Swing Beam Timber Thickness - 90mm x 90mm

Warranty

  • 10 Year Warranty - against rot and infestation in the timber
  • 1 Year Warranty on all other parts

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