For teens and adults ages 13+ 15 different obstacles are available to test a variety of skills. Kids ages 5 to 12 can challenge themselves on 10 obstacles appropriate for their size and skill level. Each obstacle comes with its own sign to show proper form and use, and identifies the skills needed to complete the challenge.
FitCore Extreme obstacles are sold individually or can be designed into courses. Obstacles are challenging, and users can adapt their trial by using different grips, climbing in different styles, or approaching and dismounting in creative ways. This keeps users engaged and coming back to improve. Those who are avid watchers of extreme fitness shows will recognize many of the FitCore Extreme obstacles as popular events. These product solutions stay true to the spirit of extreme obstacle courses.
#244062 Quintuple Steps
#243907 Angled Overhead Ladder
#243016 A-Frame Cargo Net
#243190 Jump Hang
#243862 Peg Bridge
#243019 Vertical Cargo Net
#244064 High Step
#243899 Wheel Bridge
#243908 Angled Balance Beams
#243870 Globe Grasp
#244063 Unstable Bridge
#243909 Over Under Bars
#243778 Ledge Hanger
#243910 Rope Climb
#246315 Welcome Sign
Kids ages 5 to 12 can challenge themselves on 10 obstacles appropriate for their size and skill level.
#244194 Angled Overhead Ladder
#244191 A-Frame Cargo Net
#244193 Jump Hang
#244195 Peg Bridge
#244192 Vertical Cargo Net
#244201 High Step
#244196 Angled Balance Beams
#244198 Over Under Bars
#244199 Rope Climb
#246587 Welcome Sign
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BCAA’s PlayHere contest is now open until April 15, 2018! Looking to apply for a playground project? Habitat Systems has worked with thousands of groups across Western Canada on their play spaces. With 5 offices and a team of 30, we are ready to assist you with your playground project planning needs.
The following communities who have won the BCAA contest are happily playing on Habitat Systems playground equipment.
to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Their official grand opening took place on Friday, March 9th and it was a beautiful day!
Habitat Systems was honoured to be a part of their grand opening and seeing the excited children enjoying their brand new playground. Thanks to the efforts of the PAC at Gray Elementary, the community and funding support from the city, the children now have playground to enjoy for years to come including some popular components that were selected by the children themselves!
Looking for funding for building an accessible playground? You may qualify for the Jumpstart Accessibility Grants program. Deadline for applications is March 16th.
Looking for assistance with your application?
Habitat Systems, provider of inclusive playground solutions would enjoy the opportunity to assist your group.
Reach one of our 5 offices in Western Canada at toll free
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Accessibility-Enabling Grants: Jumpstart will provide grants up to $50,000 for projects designed to help organizations enable general accessibility within their facilities. Where possible, applications should demonstrate evidence of matching funds or in-kind support from Federal/Provincial/Territorial and/or municipal governments. Up to 14 Accessibility-Enabling Grants will be awarded annually.
Inclusive Design Innovation Grants: Jumpstart will provide grants between $250,000 and $1,000,000 for projects designed to enhance existing building plans for sport and recreation spaces with uniquely innovative solutions for inclusion and accessibility for children of different abilities. On an annual basis, Jumpstart will award:
This exciting and new water station is a perfect play experience for children of all abilities. This hexagon shaped station was designed for individuals with disabilities to easilyaccess all areas of this water play station, allowing for social interactions among all kids!
Children are able to control the water flow from all corners and can choose the speed and direction, allowing for complete control and imagination which allows for a fun and functional experience!
5 years ago Circle K International (CKI) members, a premier collegiate and university community service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International, gave sweat equity to transform the playgrounds at two Vancouver schools.
Partnering with Landscape Structures, and Habitat Systems, more than 150 CKI volunteers installed playground equipment at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Elementary and Sir Wilfrid Laurier Annex. After two days of construction, some of which took place during heavy rain showers, the two playgrounds were complete. Fast forward to today and the children at these schools are still playing hard and enjoying the play spaces.
If you are a group looking to revamp or update your play space we can help. Contact us today to learn more about our client services which include fundraising assistance and grant opportunities.
Landscape Structures is taking climbing to new heights! With the new eight towering climbers and slides, children can now challenge themselves and discover innovative ways to make their way through the playground. These PlayBooster climbers are focused for children aged 5-12 and offer 8 foot decks allowing for elevated heights while they make their way up and down from one deck to the next using these new climbers. With a combination of varying slide heights and design, it makes for an exciting finish for the children!
Students at Greentree School in Drumheller, Alberta we’re excited for the new school year, especially since they have a brand new playground!
Habitat Systems was honoured to be a part of this project and just as happy as the children to see it in the ground and ready to play on! This playground offers many exciting components including the Rollerslide, the Boogie Board and the ever popular climbing structure – the Netplex®.
Playgrounds are an essential part of any school experience for a child. Outdoor activities and social interactions between children on the playground encourage physical and social skills and is an essential part of their development.
Funding for playgrounds can be a long process but the Government of Alberta has some exciting news. Over the next four years, the Province is committing $20 million to help build school playgrounds throughout Alberta!
Each school recipient will be awarded with a $250,000 grant to help make their playground dreams become a reality. The grants will be available to all new school constructions between 2014-2018.
Check out the links below to learn more about this opportunity for new Alberta schools!