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The 8 Best Climbing Arches For Children – Guidebook

The 8 Best Climbing Arches For Children – Guidebook

With a climbing bow, your child has the chance to train his climbing skills. Playfully motor skills and dexterity are trained. This will certainly bring joy to your baby. But what to look for when buying? We will help you!

We have compiled a checklist with the most important criteria for climbing arches for children and many product recommendations for you.

Checklist for Climbing Bows

  • A climbing bow can train your child’s motor skills, strength and sense of balance. Depending on the stage of development, you can use it from the 6th to 10th month of your child’s life.
  • However, climbing arches can be used in a variety of ways from birth. With grip rings and toys, they serve as a play arch for lying babies. Later, they can be used to help your child stand up when he or she is learning to walk. Older children can use the arches for gymnastics.
  • Many manufacturers give age recommendations that can help guide you when buying a climbing arch.
  • The length and height of the climbing arch should be appropriate for the space available and the age of your child.
  • While some climbing arches are only 50 cm long and 70 cm high, large models have a length of up to 200 cm.
  • For toddlers, small models that do not overtax or endanger the child are recommended. For older kindergarten children, you can resort to larger and more challenging climbing arches.
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  • The half-round climbing arches are made of sturdy solid wood. Mostly, the rungs are also made of wood, but some models have rungs made of ropes.
  • Sturdy and clean workmanship is important for the safety of your child when climbing. The surface of the climbing arch should be smooth, rounded and splinter-free.
  • Test marks such as the TÜV or GS seal can serve as an indication of high-quality workmanship.
  • Most climbing bows have a natural wooden look. However, some models have colorful painted rungs. For all models, you should pay attention to saliva-resistant paints and varnishes. The DIN EN 71-3 standard regulates the surface treatment of toys.
  • A climbing arch is a multifunctional toy that can provide your child with years of fun and exercise.
  • Many climbing arches can also be used upside down as a seesaw.
  • With the right accessories, you can expand the climbing arch into a climbing course. These include sliding boards, slides or ladders to hang on.

Here you can find the top 8 among the most popular climbing bows for kids.

Tip: You can find many great baby walkers in our guide to baby walkers.

The Best Sellers Of Climbing Arches For Children

We have compiled the most popular climbing arches for kids.

Tip: You’ll find lots of great buggies for outings together in our guide to reclining buggies.

Current Offers For Climbing Bows For Children

Here you can find a selection of current offers for climbing bows for children.

SaleBestseller Nr. 1
Rock Climbing at Vedauwoo, Wyoming: Climbs of the Eastern Medicine Bow National Forest
Rock Climbing at Vedauwoo, Wyoming: Climbs of the Eastern Medicine Bow National Forest
Used Book in Good Condition; Rob Kelman (Author); English (Publication Language); 276 Pages - 04/01/2004 (Publication Date) - Heel & Toe Publishers (Publisher)
$19.95 −55%
SaleBestseller Nr. 4
Summit Treestands 30' Bow Rope
Summit Treestands 30' Bow Rope
Rope for hoisting equipment into your treestand with ease; Works well for hoisting gun or bow
$12.99 −15% Amazon Prime
SaleBestseller Nr. 5
On My Journey
On My Journey
Audio CD – Audiobook; English (Publication Language); 08/28/2007 (Publication Date) - Smithsonian Folkways (Publisher)
$16.98 −24% Amazon Prime

FAQ About The Climbing Bow

Climbing bow: From what age?

Climbing arches can be used in many ways. As a play bow, they are already suitable for lying babies from birth. They are also suitable as a baby walker. Children usually begin to pull themselves up on the climbing arch between the 6th and 10th month of life

Climbing arch which material?

As a rule, climbing arches are made of solid wood. This is either natural or painted. With painted climbing arches, care should be taken to ensure that the paint is saliva-resistant.