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Pebble Path $1,702.00

Pebble Path

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Product Specifications

Price:
$1,702.00
Model Number:
PFS016P 
Age Range:
2-12 years
Fall Height:
Up to 24"
Product Type:
Balance
Safety Zone:
Dependent on arrangement

Meets National Standards for

ASTM F1487-17 CPSC Guidelines #325


Product Description

The Pebble Path is a wonderful activity that can be installed right into the surfacing of your playground. This set consists of 12 individual Pebble Step Climbers, which children will gleefully hop across as they travel down the Pebble Path. The flat, circular tops of the pebbles have a surface that has a high level of traction, which makes it easier and safer for children to maintain their balance while standing on one. The pebbles can be set at different heights, which adds to the variance and difficulty of the Pebble Path, making kids consider the size of their steps and watch their footing. The steps have an alternating color scheme, with every other pebble being a different color. Choose the color or colors that best goes with the design of your playground, and the Pebble Path will fit right in.


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How many pods does this come with
  • The Pebble Path comes with 12 pods total. We stock in 4 colors, however, it can be customized in any available colors at standard lead times.
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - March 31, 2020
Depth of holes for the poles
  • The pebbles for a pebble path can be installed at different heights to make a more challenging course, or they can all be installed at the same height. To comply with safety standards you do not want to exceed 12inches from the top of a pebble to the top of the next pebble. We recommend that you put the post into the ground at least 18 inches. You will want to put it further into the ground to make a shorter pebble. Also, you will need take safety surfacing into account.
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - March 31, 2020 - June 25, 2019