A playing ramp is the perfect combination for any learning toy in your playroom.  We are going to feature the three add-on pieces that work as links between our main indoor pieces, but also as extra climbing and sliding pieces; I am talking about the Reversible Ramp, the Rock Climbing and our newest addition the Net Rope: The playing Ramps.

We call the ramps “add-ons” because they are designed to complement our indoor pieces, the climbing Pikler Arch, the climbing Pikler triangle, and the Rockers. However, with a little bit of creativity, we’ve seen that some families also use them on their own. We’ll talk more about that bellow.

They are add-ons also because you can purchase a climber or rocker without a ramp and later on order a ramp, they are sold separately, or you can just purchase your Wiwiurka piece with the playing ramp of your choice from the very start, it’s up to you!

Okay, let’s talk about the playing ramp’s purpose and get into the details of each one.

In a nutshell, the purpose of our ramps is to offer an adjustable slide and an extra climbing platform that can be used across our indoor climbers and rockers, and that can also serve to link them together into a playset. The ramps can be placed at different levels on our Pikler triangle and our Climbing Pikler Arch, so the slope for climbing or sliding can be adjusted according to the challenge your child is ready to take.

A playing ramp will enhance any other toy or furniture piece

A Voices of the Mountain climbing Pikler triangle with a matching rock-climbing board set at a medium height.

Now flip the board and you have a slide! Both our Reversible ramp and Climbing ramp have a smooth side meant for your child to use it as a slide. When using the ramps as slides, we recommend you give it a steeper angle by placing it on a higher rod. In the case of using the climbing Pikler triangle, you have more rods to fasten the ramp that on the Arch.

Smooth surfaces

Because of the smooth sliding side in both ramps, children soon figure out that they can also slide their dolls, teddy bears or even better, their toys with wheels! And then a whole new window of imaginative play opens. Kids will want to take their favorite little car through a whole obstacle course that ends the adventure with a big slide. Or get their stuffed animals to climb along to the top of a mountain to then take the waterfall slide all the way back down. And… did you know that dinosaurs love slides?

If you have a triangle and an arch, or a rocker and a triangle, you can connect them by placing the playing ramp as a bridge between the two, it can we at the same height on both sides so your child can cross it easily or even play shop using it as a counter-top.

For big families too!

Using a ramp between
two other pieces opens a new imaginative play dimension: the ramp becomes the best way to get from one to the other across the molten
lava beneath. It also can become a table to prepare or serve delicious tea and cookies, or sell them to all those customers that keep the shop so busy.

Kids love to use the playing ramp for free playing


A reversible ramp being used as a bridge between a Climbing Pikler Arch and a Climbing Pikler triangle. As you can see, it also allows more children to play on the set at once. This lovely photo is by @ashleymoore.photo

What about the rockers?

You can definitely use the ramps with our rockers, however, we recommend that you take a look at our article about them, as there are some design details to take into account.

A Playing Ramp enhances the playing scope of our single rocker as it offers a climbing option for a piece that is climbable but is more about rocking. So with either of our ramps, the playing possibilities for a small rocker are considerably broadened, and because the playing ramp is easy to store, it’s perfect for families that choose the single rocker due to having a small living space.

Reverse the playing ramp and you'll have a fun slide
You can see how the gap between the rocker’s slats is slightly larger than the rest, that’s where the ramp’s edge fits and can be secured. This is a Blooming Fiesta XXL rocker with a reversible ramp. The wonderful traditional Mexican embroidery pieces in this photo are by @amanoarte.


Easy and simple to use playing ramp details
Here you can see how to easily and securely fasten a Ramp on a climbing Triangle: a simple yet very effective mechanism!


Playing ramp: Versatile is their middle name

Our ramps have an extra benefit: they expand the playing options and allow more children to play on the same climber or rocker, so it’s ideal if you have two children with a short age-gap, the youngest will play more with the ramp while the eldest can climb on the other side, or vice versa.


Okay, now let us dive into the differences between our three types of ramps.

The reversible playing ramp

The Reversible Ramp is ideal to use on any of our climbers or rockers. On this playing ramp, a child can slide on its very smooth side and climb on the other side that has wooden strips as steps.

Kids develop their motor skills in this playing ramp

The reversible ramp is all in natural wood finish, it isn’t painted in any palette.


  • Size: Length 43 1/2″ Width 11″
  • Weight limit: 121 lbs.
  • Age: 8 months to 8 years.
  • Available in Natural, Stained and Deep Honey.


The Rock Climbing Board

The Rock Climbing Board has seven wooden beans painted in the palette of your choice or natural; they’re like the bits rock-climbers use to practice, hence the name. The rock-climbing board is a little longer and wider than the reversible playing ramp.

This board is very cute and kids tend to be attracted to its colorful climbing-beans.


  • Size: Length 46″ Width 15″
  • Weight limit: 121 lbs.
  • Age: 1 to 8 years.


Don’t hang it up!

It is important to clarify that the rock-climbing board is not a climbing wall. It is not designed to be hung on the wall to create a rock-climbing practice wall and would not work safely as such, it’s meant to be an add-on for our indoor climbers and rockers. We do not recommend to hang it on a wall at all.



As shown, the rock-climbing board is a bit wider and longer than the reversible ramp, a benefit of this feature is that babies have more space to practice their upward crawling on the one hand, while on the other, older kids have more space for their tushie when sliding.

 In the image above you can also see the Shorter Reversible Ramp ( 35.4″long x 11″wide, max. weight: 110 lbs) this ramp is the one that accompanies the Toddler Set and the Small Triangle, it is not available to be purchased individually.

The playing options for both our ramps are really very open: you can place one end on a chair and the other on a couch or bed, you can place it on a heavy chair or sofa (such that it will not wobble) and use it as a climber, you can make it a bridge to use outside, but before you do, be sure to read through our Wiwiurka outdoor’s article so you know the necessary measures to take when using our toys outside, –remember, these toys are designed for indoor use.

Our playing ramp is made to last!

It has 5 sturdy strips of wood that are for your child to climb from, but also to click it in place to your climber or rocker. On its sliding side, it has one strip at one end, it’s for clicking it into place when being used on the climber side. Please note that the side to be leaned on the climber or rocker is the one with the wooden strips at both ends, these wooden strips make sure the ramp will be fastened to the other piece and it won’t slide off.

Which playing ramp will you choose?
Here you can clearly see the differences between the reversible ramp (the two on the left) and the rock-climbing board (the two on the right), and also see both sides of each ramp: the smooth side for sliding and the climbing side.

Hey hey! That’s not all… Let’s talk about our New Net Rope Ramp!

This safe kids climbing structure allows for maximum practice of gross motor skills.  The Net Rope Ramp is the perfect challenge for children to test their abilities. Can be used with our Foldable Triangle, Climbing Arch and XXL Rocker board. Made to create a safe but challenging environment where your child can discover, play and climb all day!



  • Size: 46.45″  long, 17.32″ wide.
  • Weight limit: 120 lbs.
  • Age: 2 to 8 years.
  • The Net is available in  white andblack.

Check out how some families use the playing ramp!

Families all around the world have found different ways to have fun with our ramps!

Playing ramp as a slide
You can use a ramp very easily with some of the soft children’s furniture from @nuggetcomfort as this delightful photo by @ourplayfuldwelling shows.


It’s amazing to see how well @nuggetcomfort soft furniture for kids complements our pieces, including our ramps used on their own, it’s very clear in this capture by @ourplayfuldwelling.


You can use the playing ramp with babies too
This baby likes to follow the path made with the ramp! This cute photo is by @ourplayfuldwelling.


This boy is climbing on a playing ramp
A raised ramp using the patio steps, that’s a very ingenious way to bring a new climbing challenge for the little one, and even the dogs! This wonderful photo is by @whitneyleighmorris


Kids of any age love to use a playing ramp

I hope this article has answered any questions you’ve had about our the playing ramp!

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