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Climbing Hill with Rope

Dhs. 1,950.00
Needed for climbing. Only 1/3 being talent and 2/3 exercise it is very worth full to allow
young children to experiment with climbing on different objects instead of. This is also a
plead for good gymnastics lessons and more space outside for children to play physical
When climbing with half ropes, you use two ropes. As you ascend, clip one rope to
protection on the left and the other to protection on the right. When done correctly, this
allows the ropes to run parallel and straight, thereby reducing rope drag on wandering
Fun a frame climbing tent with climbing rocks, climbing rope, ramp, and tent.
Dimensions: Length 170 x Height 120 x Wide 120 cm
Finish: All natural varnish finish, If you want any color you just send it with us.
Tent material: Pinewood
Includes climbing rocks, climbing rope, ramp
Current lead time: 2 to 3 weeks
Delivery: Delivery to Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, and UAQ is AED 50. Abu Dhabi, RAK, and Al
Ain are not included in delivery charges.
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