NEW! Hedra™ Scout
Introduce young players to the many benefits of dynamic play on the Hedra™ Scout. Developmentally appropriate activities populate this geometric circuit of continuous exploration.
- Multiple entry points and interconnected experiences
- ADA compliant
- Includes SlideWinder2® and Curved Slide
- Choice of bamboo panels or perforated aluminum panels
- Choice of polycarbonate panels or perforated aluminum panels
- Choose from three specially curated palettes: BU (blues), BV (natural), BW (playful)
- Direct bury or surface mount
- Patent pending
- Proprioception, Tactile, Vestibular+, Visual
- Motor Skills
- Agility, Balance, Cardiovascular, Coordination, Core Body Strength, Endurance, Eye-Hand Coordination, Fine Motor, Flexibility, Lower Body Strength, Motor Planning, Upper Body Strength
- Cognitive Skills
- Problem Solving, Strategic Thinking
- Social/Emotional Skills
- Cooperation, Imaginative Play, Social Skill Development Learn about Developmental Benefits
- 2 to 5 Years
- 3,580 lbs
- Max Fall Height (ASTM and EN): 70" (1,78 m)
- Max Fall Height (CSA): 99" (2,52 m)
- Min Area Required: 34' 0" x 36' 9" (10,36 m x 11,20 m)
All About Color
Color is an important decision, and our products are available in many color options. Contact your consultant to find the colors available for this component.See Color Inspiration
Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.
This video features the new 2020 Hedra Scout Landscape Structures playground designs.
[video: scene begins with a full view of the new Hedra Tower and Hedra playground structures with its unique hexagonal shaped climbers and pods. The scene switches to a full side view of the Hedra Scout play structure as children climb up the different access points. Camera switches to a top down view of a young boy as he climbs up the belted steps inside one of the hexagonal pods.]
Boy: See look how good I climb.
[video: a young girl slides and spins the shapes of a shapes panel inside one of the Hedra pods. The camera focuses on the girls had as she spins and slides the triangle shape across the panel. The young girl looks out the hexagonal pod of a perforated panel made of smaller hexagons.]
Girl: Riley’s my baby brother.
[video: scene switches to a top down view as the girl slides down a curved slide. Scene switches to the view of the top of a slide as a boy rides down to the bottom. A child off camera speaks.]
[video: a young boy crouches as he plays with a shape on shape slide panel on a lower outside section of the play structure. Scene switches to a boy as he climbs up a belted panel into one of the hexagonal pods. The camera switches angles to a side view of the boy as he continues to climb up the belted climber. Scene fades to black.]
[video: fade into a overhead view of a new park location of a Hedra Scout play structure as children slide down the two different curved slides. Children giggle and have indistinct conversations as they climb up the different rope and belted climbers. The camera follows as a young girl rides down a slide. A second child slides down the slide towards the camera. They look up to the camera with a smile and grunt. Scene switches to a view of the top of the slide as a girl squeals as she rides down.]
[video: a man lifts a young girl up onto the climbing step of the Hedra Scout play structure. The young girl climbs on her own onto a belted lading zone underneath on of the hexagonal pods. Scene switches to a girl as she sits at the entrance to one of the hexagonal pods. She shifts her feet to begin climbing down the belted laddered climber below her.]
[video: close-up of a young girl as she turns to the camera and giggles. Camera switches to a top down view of a boy as he climbs into one of the hexagonal pods with bamboo paneling. A girl climbs on the outside of a pod on the many unique climbers. Two girls climb on the top deck of a pod.]
[video: a girl spins a triangle shape on an outer panel of the Hedra Scout play structure. The shape hits a near by bell as the girl shouts.]
Girl: Fire, fire!
[video: a girl walks across a geometric shaped climbing stepper. She jumps down to the lower section of the climber next to another young girl. Scene switches to a young girl as she climbs up onto the unique shaped stepper stabilizing herself on the rounded hexagonal panel next to her. Screen fades to black.]
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