NEW! Fortress™ Multi-Climber

Model #307421

Forma™- Intro Video

Video features Landscape Structures new Forma Collection.

[video: scene begins with a full elevated view of a playground equipment with green artificial grass surfacing. Four separate unique sculpture like play structures with a color scheme of copper and purple. White text appears on the screen reading “Forma”. A crowd of children run towards the play equipment.]

[video: camera switches to a ground view of a play structure with a standing spinner and a play panel suspended by ropes. Children play on other play structures in the background. Scene switches to a girl as she rotates a steering wheel back an forth on a suspended play panel while another girl holds the see through panel from the back. Scene switches to a ground view of a “A-Frame” like play structure with a belted bridge connected by ropes to the large playground beams. Children climb up the side ladders of the structure, on other climbing ropes and the belt bridge. Scene switches again to a different play structure with suspended ropes, foot steppers and play panel. The screen fills panel by panel with a still image of the crossed connection beams of one of the play structures. White text appears on screen one word at a time reading “The contemporary anywhere playsystem.]

[scene switches to a boy as he walks across a balance log on a wobble spring but with connecting ropes on either end to help with stabilization. Scene switches to a boy riding down towards the camera on a large blue curved slide. The boy shouts as he rides down the slide.]

Boy: Ahhhh!

[video: Camera switches to a elevated view of the play area slowly panning left to right as children and families play on the several play structures. These play structures are designed in a blue and light grey color scheme. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Ages 2 to 5”. Camera switches to a higher full elevated view of the play area back to the play structures with the copper and purple color scheme. Children play on the different play activities of the structures. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Ages 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a full elevated view of the “A-frame” shaped play structure. Children run and climb across the belted bridge of the structure. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Fortress™ Multi-Climber/ 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a new play structure with four slightly angled vertical beams and two horizontal beams. Ropes connect down to different high foot steppers while there is a small slightly curved belted bridge on the ground in the center of the play structure. Children play on the foot steppers. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Foxtrot Multi-Climber/ 2 to 5”. Scene switches to a simple play structure with two slightly angled vertical beams with a single cross beam. Four ropes suspend down from the cross beam each with a different play panel. Two girls and their mother play at the play panels. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Focal™ Sensory Wall/ 2 to 12’. Scene switches to a structure where two angled beams make the peak of a triangle as connecting ropes make up a climbing web. Children climb all over the ropes. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Forge™ Climber/ 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a simple swing set frame made up of the unique angled beams. A boy and girl swing on the swing set. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Forma™ Swing Frame/ 2 to 12”. Scene switches to children climbing across suspending ropes with foot steppers at the bottom form a square play structure frame. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Folio™ Balance Climber/ 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a boy and girl standing and wiggling on a triangular shaped base with suspended support ropes. Text at the bottom of the screen reads “Forma™ Giggler Jiggler Climber/ 2 to 5”. Scene switches to a boy riding down towards the camera on a large blue curved slide. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Forma™ Alpine® Slide/ 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a boy playing at a sound rain panel suspended by ropes from a play structure. A girl and boy play on a stand-up spinner in the background. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Forma™ Sol™ Spinner/ 5 to 12”. Scene switches to a simple play structure frame with two slightly vertical beams and a single connecting horizontal beam. Two large open circular seats with belted seating areas are suspended by ropes from the main cross beam. A boy sits lounging in one of the circler seats. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Fox Den™ Hangouts/ 2 to 12”. Scene switches to a focused view of varying height foot steppers made from artificial looking wood planks. A boy’s shoes can be seen stepping from the tallest stepper down to a lower one. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Footprint™ Steppers/ 2 to 12”. Scene switches to a girl as she holds her hands out to her sides balancing on a balance beam. She walks down the balance beam and steps off onto a foot stepper. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Footprint™ Balance Beam/ 2 to 12”. Scene switches to a focused top view of a wobble pod made up artificial looking wood planks. A child’s feet step up onto the wobble pod and it begins to wiggle. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Footprint™ Wobble Bouncer/ 2 to 12”. Panels of a blue toned image fill the screen. The image is a close-up of a foot hold of a rope ladder with the Landscape Structures ribbon logo embossed on the side of the foot hold. White text appears in the center of the screen one word at a time reading “From the experts”.]

[video: rectangular panels recreate the screen of a girl as she stands in front of a play structure and speaks to the camera. The scene switches several times to different children as they talk about their favorite play activities on the play structures.]

Girl: I'm eleven and my favorite part was over there with the beams and all that kind of things.

Boy: And like the slide the best. So curvy downwards.

Girl 2: Because it's more higher and I can go down fast.

Boy 2: The big thing with the ladder. It's just so wobbly.

Girl 3: And I liked the bridge.

Boy 3: And I'm five years old, no five and a half. And I like going on the bridge.

Boy 4: And I like the slide. Because it goes really fast.

[video: rectangular planks fill the page making up a photo with a purple overlay. The image is a focused view of a balance beam wrapped in rope on a wobble spring with additional support ropes on each end. White text in the center of the screen reads “Sensory Rich”. Rectangular planks fill the screen showing the next scene of a girl as she slides a shape on a horizonal rope to a cluster of other shapes on the rope. Scene switches to a girl as she stands and looks into a play panel mirror. Scene switches to a boy as he rotates the center of a play panel with three connecting hour glasses. Scene switches to a focused look of a child’s feet standing on the rope wrapped balance beam. It wiggles bag and forth as the child moves. Rectangular planks fill the page making up a photo with a green overlay. The image is a focused view of rectangular small panels on vertical ropes. White text in the center of the screen reads “Inclusive”. Rectangular planks fill the screen showing the next scene of children of all abilities playing on a play structure. The camera focuses closer into the scene of a boy transferring from his wheelchair to sit on the rope wrapped balance beam. His mother holds him as he sits and wiggles on the beam. Scene switches as the camera pans left to right showing smiling playing children on different play activities. Scene switches to a boy seating in his wheelchair as the turns the wheel of a rain sounds panel. Scene switches to children running up the spiral belting leading up to a playground slide. A mother kneels neck to her son in his wheelchair as they look at the transfer station at the bottom of the spiral belting leading up to the slide. Rectangular planks fil the page making up a photo with a light blue overlay. The image is a focused view of ropes connected to a horizontal cross beam of a play structure. White text in the center of the screen reads “Open sightlines”. Rectangular planks fill the screen showing the next scene of a girl jumping across the ground arched walking bridge of one of the play structures. Scene switches to a panning view left to right of children playing on the “A-Frame” like play structure and in the foreground a boy runs up to the steps of the play structure, then running up the spiral belt walkway leading up to the top of the large blue slide. Rectangular planks fill the page making up a photo with a grey overlay. The image is a close-up of a horizonal rope with varying shapes panels strung on it. White text in the center of the screen reads “Endless color options”. Rectangular planks fill the screen showing a render animation of a Forma playground set in the center of a city. The playground color scheme is bright orange and accented with blue. Scene switches to a render animation of a Forma Playground set in a forest landscape. The playground color scheme is different shades of green. Scene switches to a render animation of an urban setting of a Forma playground. The playground color scheme is black and accent with teal. Scene switches to a render animation of a open Southwestern location with a Forma playground. The color scheme of the playground is different shades of orange with white accents. Scene switches to a render animation of outer city park with the city scape in the background. The Forma playground has a black and white color scheme. Scene switches to a render animation of a Nature Park setting with a Forma playground. The playground color scheme is a light tan with accents in orange. Scene switches to a render animation of a Forma park playground with a color scheme of light purple and accented with light grey. The scene change quickly speeds up showing many different render animations of possible Forma playground color schemes and locations. Rectangular planks fill the screen making up an image with a orange. The image is of the top of a Forma play structure. White text in the center of the screen reads “Exclusively from”. Rectangular planks make up the next scene of children playing on the Forma slide. A boy rides down the large blue slide in slow motion.]

[video: the screen switches to white. In the center of the screen is the Landscape Structures logo with red text below it reading “For a better tomorrow we play today”. In the background you can hear children giggling and then a child yelling “Weeee!”. Video ends.]

Fortress™ Multi-Climber

Video features Landscape Structures new Fortress™ Multi-Climber of the Forma™ Collection.

[video: scene fades into a full side view of a play structure designed like the framework of the peak of a house. A wide arched belt bridge stretches form one end to the other of the structure supported by climbing ropes. Vertical climbing ropes cascade down from the structures frame with long rectangular plastic pieces for hand and foot holds. A single climbing ladder connects to the belt bridge on the side of the structure. Scene switches as the camera focuses on the rectangular foot and hand holds on the vertical climbing ropes. Scene switches as the camera slowly pans vertically at one end of the belt bridge. The bridge has similar rectangular shapes cut out on the sides of the belt bridge. Scene switches as the camera focuses on a rung of a wiggle rope ladder. The Landscape Structures ribbon logo can be seen embossed on the side of the ladder rung. Scene fades out and back into a side view of the structure now swarmed with playing children. Scene switches as the camera moves towards a child’s feet as they stand on a foot disc with a vertical rope coming up through the center. The disc rotates as the camera pans up to a girl as she holds onto the structure frame to balance on the play activity. Scene switches to a bird’s eye view of the structure. The camera slowly pans over the structure as children congregate at one end of the play structure. Scene switches as the camera closely follows the arch of the belt bridge. And child’s legs can be seen walking across the bridge. As the camera pans right to left slightly out of focus the Landscape Structures ribbon logo can be seen embossed on the metal rope clams that connect the belt bridge to the play structure. Scene switches to a focused view of the belt bridge as children walk across. Other children climb on the side of the structure on the vertical climbing ropes. Scene switches to a full elevated view of the Fortress Multi-Climber. Children climb and walk across the belt bridge of the structure. Scene switches to a camera view standing on the belt bridge. A girl climbs up the wiggle ladder up onto the belt bridge. Camera view switches to the other side of the climber as a girl climbs up the vertical climbing ropes. Scene switches to a side panning view of the Fortress Multi-Climber. A boy walks to the right of the scene then turns around to walk back towards a girl sitting on the end of the belt bridge. Scene switches to a view of the end of the play structure where a child climbs up the rungs of horizontal artificial plastic wood planks up onto the arched belt bridge. The child climbs up in slow motion as a mother walk into the right of the scene pushing their child in a wheelchair towards the Fortress Multi-Climber. Scene fades to black video ends.]

Product Details

Age Ranges

  • 5 to 12 years

Play Styles

Play Systems

Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height (ASTM/CSA/EN): 89” (2,26 m)
    • Min Area Required: 36' x 21' 2" (10,97 m x 6,45 m)

Design Standards

astm csa en

Price Range (USD)
$20K+

*Prices vary. For international and exact pricing, contact your local playground consultant.

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Overview

With climbing challenges of varying difficulty, the Fortress Multi-Climber offers something for everyone. The asymmetrical shapes, unique angles, and mix of materials create play that looks and feels like nothing else.

Features

  • Many different climbing challenges

  • Durable galvanized steel frame in your choice of ProShield® color

  • Steel-reinforced cables are extremely durable and vandal resistant, available in black, red or tan

  • Recycled plastic lumber ladders on each end

  • Flexible bridge constructed from black, extra-thick, polyester-reinforced textured rubber belting

  • Climbing blocks made of Permalene® in two colors of your choice

  • Balance pods made from durable, UV-stable rotomolded polyethylene in your choice of color

  • Direct bury or surface mount

  • U.S. Patent pending

ProShield Finish

ProShield® Finish

Polyethylene

Polyethylene

Permalene

Recycled Permalene®

Cables

Climbing Cables

Sensory

  • Proprioception
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular+
  • Visual

Motor Skills

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Cardiovascular
  • Coordination
  • Core Body Strength
  • Endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Lower Body Strength
  • Motor Planning
  • Upper Body Strength

Cognitive Skills

  • Problem Solving
  • Strategic Thinking

Social/Emotional Skills

  • Cooperation
  • Imaginative Play
  • Social Skill Development

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