Quito (pronounced KEE-toe) is a freestanding net climber that takes kids on a journey to the center of the web. Inspired by Quito, Ecuador’s capital city closest to the equator and the world’s second-highest official capital city, Quito stands a towering 15.54’ (4,74m) high. Its daring, distinctive design offers a commanding, compelling playground presence. Children will feel like geometric spelunkers as they climb, balance, and teeter their way in, over, and through the colorful center. With multiple points of entry, Quito includes an easy passage to the center, as well as a cozy space underneath.
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Quito provides three levels of play opportunities from the inside out. Playground adventurers will love Quito’s flexible rope elements which provide a fun challenge while exercising children’s balance and proprioception. Bells at the top and ground-level provide an opportunity for social game play. Quito Climber's easy passage gives everyone the chance to visit the center, where colorful panels and crisscrossing ropes create a unique environment!
The Quito suspended core offers social hangout opportunities or an area for rest with a sense of enclosure, a sensory bell, and colorful triangle windows. The core's triangle roof is reachable by climbing higher, offering an increase in climbing challenge.