All children have a right to play. The equipment should be democratic, allowing all children to find fun play challenges. This structure is a meeting point for all: Accessible stairway in compliance with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act, giving access to elevated level activities and finishing the loop of the slide to that the exit point is close to the entry point - an advantage for wheelchair users. The stairway is not merely accessible on the inside: The outside of the stairway is climbable. In fact, a thought-through system of climbing handles and cleats makes the structure climbable all around. Children aged 6-12 love a physical challenge, and the showing off of their own abilities is not the least benefit of it. Here there is a chance to show off, feel the thrill of height and a long slide and still training climbing and monkey walking, stimulating upper body muscles, cross-body coordination and proprioception. The transparent design of the structure makes communication possible all over the equipment. The breaks and chill-outs are sheltered below the upper platform with rocking play shells forming a funky seat and room for a chat, also allowing more timid children part of the action.