Climbing Steps

Simple, Clean, and Extra Wide 2" x 6" step design with continous handrail which is specifically sized for children. Easy exit/entry on 48" and 60" playdecks. Can be adjusted to fit various play deck openings.  Made from 100% Virgin Grade High Density Polyethylene.  Will not Crack, Break, or Fade.  Weight Rating 300 lbs.

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Climbing Steps

PART#: PS 8860
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5.0 out of 5 starsWas easy and quick to attach
Was easy and quick to attach. Much easier then building by scratch. I love how sturdy and solid the steps are.
The stairs seem to be sturdy
I have a 1, a 2, and a 3 year old, and even the baby climbs these. The stairs were simple to put together, just measured my width of opening, cut the boards to length. Overall, I am happy with the stairs.
Great for Smaller Kids
Our 2 year old is able to get up to the playhouse easier with the steps than the climbing bars. Very easy to install and is very solid.
Climbing Steps
Our steps to the backyard playground broke and we replaced them with this. They are sturdy and makes me wish we replaced it a long time ago.

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Approx Sliding/Play Surface: 60"
Approx Horizontal Distance: 4 ft
Width: 23"
Depth: N/A
Fits Deck Height: 4' or 5'


Are there 3 or 4 steps?

Thre are a total of 4 steps.  If you mount the steps to a 4 ft. high opening the top step will be flush with the play deck.   On a 5 ft. high play deck the top step is 48" from the ground.

Can these be attached to a metal playset?

PlayStar Climbing Steps PS 8860 are made specifically for wooden play sets. You would have a very difficult time connecting them to a round metal post.

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