DIY Inclined Rock Climbing Wall Plans
Designed in my backyard, this inclined rock climbing wall will be the pathway for your kids to climb Mount Everest or climb out of the deepest craters on a distant planet. In addition to reaching new heights, this fort add-on feature will help your child develop confidence, coordination, and physical agility. Plans are for a 5 foot deck height, but can be easily modified to fit any deck height.
Build it yourself Inclined Rock Climbing Wall
While the dimensions may not fit your particular fort, with minor modifications, the plans will give you the information you need to build a great add-on to your existing play structure. All recommended hardware is heavy duty 3/8" hex bolt for added durability, strength, and peace of mind. Most materials can be found at most home improvement stores. Any type of wood can be used. Check with your local lumber professional for types appropriate to your climate. Lumber cost will vary depending on the materials you choose. Material cost should be $150-250. Approximate build time 4-6 hours.
Note: This is a downloadable set of playset plans. The links to download plans are sent to your email immediately after purchase. Do not download plans from the receipt at time of purchase. Be sure to enter correct email address when you purchase these plans. If your email address is entered correctly, check your bulk or spam folder before contacting us. Materials are not included. Plans will not be mailed to you.
How to Drill a Counterbore for A-frame Blocks
Our DIY heavy duty A-frame swing set assembly requires drilling a straight 1/2" hole through a 4 x 4 and then drilling a 1-1/2 counterbore over the 1/2" hole. In this video we show you how drill a straight hole without the use of a drill press and then how to drill the counterbore with the use of a hole template. This step is essential for a strong swingset. This video specifically gives you tips for building the universal swing set add-on from OtterWorksUSA.