Features

DIFFICULTIES

COLOUR OPTIONS

The so-called features are the individual climbing elements that are located between the poles. They are easy to attach and screwed to the poles or to the upper crossbar. The features can be varied as desired and are easy to exchange. Those with ropes are available in the color options shown above.

Boa

What would the jungle be without the good old boa. A threat to every rubbermonkey but absolutely vincible. By it’s construction a very simple feature yet highly demanding.

difficulty: hard

Chimp Genes

Without this feature, the monkey wouldn’t exist. What you see here is the monkey in its purest form. Can the rubber monkey beat his own structure?

difficulty: hard

Chopsticks

No matter if you climb around the inside or try your luck around the outside, it’s about reaching the goal and not about how you get there. This steel feature will definitely teach you how to break barriers.

difficulty: medium

Climbing Wall

Geez! Climbing a wall is kind of new to the chimp, and wait what… even the segments swing around, if they’re not connected on the bottom. Let’s hope at least the grips are solid.

difficulty: medium

Crevasse

If you’re a long legged flamingo, you might make it through the inside. If that’s not the case you’re better off trying your luck around the outside. The proper way use this feature is to  swap sides after every vertical rope. But well, as we already know Aquachimp can do what he wants, but doesn’t have to.

difficulty: medium

Gang Plank

Oh oh. The Gang plank has given headaches to the one or two chimps before. This is where the monkey gang walks and dips. And walks and dips. No major problem for the well balanced monkey.

difficulty: easy

Gibbon’s Coil

An absolutely brilliant feature and must have for every kind of monkey. Easy but not so easy. 3-point contact advised. Go with the flow and you’ll be fine.

difficulty: medium

Heeby Cheeby

Looks easy, can be tricky at times and proves as a real rubber monkey challenge. A must have for every floating jungle.

difficulty: hard

Hopscotch

If you’ve ever played hopscotch on the street you know what awaits you on this feature. Watch your step and keep these feet together. Nothing to worry about.

difficulty: medium

Jungle Mail

It’s not just fun and games in the floating jungle. To be fair, it is. If the monkey has an urgent letter or message to deliver, he’s using the Jungle mail feature. But remember, one hand on the slip, one hand for the grip.

difficulty: medium

Lemurs Tail

Tip Tap Tup. A true masterpiece in terms of simplicity and dexterity. Lemurs tail is a challenge even for the elite monkey. Concentrate on where your eyes point and follow them. The water can be more of a distraction than what you think.

difficulty: hard

Madagascar Trail

If you ever cross ways with a penguin in the jungle better ask him to show you how it’s done. They’ve not only mastered how to survive in the jungle, they’ve also mastered the perfect technique for the Madagascar trail.

difficulty: hard

Monkey Bars

This is where the real monkey scores. He doesn’t have to, but he utterly wants to. This is where the monkey has it’s roots, this is the monkeys nature. Climb, jump, balance, swing.

difficulty: hard

Monkey Net

Oh my monkey. Inside out, upside down, diagonally over, the monkey net has it all. This is where the rubber monkey gets creative.

difficulty: easy

Monkey Net Half

Oh my monkey. Inside out, upside down, diagonally over, the monkey net has it all. This is where the rubber monkey gets creative.

difficulty: easy

Monkey Perches

I’m no cockatoo shouts the monkey from the side of the perches. Well, time to grow some feathers (or something else) and prove that the chimp deserves the jungles crown.

difficulty: medium

Monkey’s Fav

A treat for every rubber monkey. This is his natural habitat and where he’s good at. Climbing and swinging at its best.

difficulty: medium

Over & Under

For the not so experienced monkey this is the perfect warmup. Get over the brackets and duck down under, stretch your body and get ready for the next adventure.

difficulty: easy

Paws

If you think it doesn’t get any simpler, try Paws. One bar sometimes is all it takes for a real rubber monkey mission. But hey, it’s all about the fun, so better get your monkey paws up there and start moving.

difficulty: hard

Pendant Bridge 1

A legacy from the ancient incas. They’ve built these pendant bridges mostly to cross rivers to expand their hunting territory and collect plants. Don’t take it too lightheaded though, hazards lie beneath.

difficulty: easy

Pendant Bridge 2

A legacy from the ancient incas. They’ve built these pendant bridges mostly to cross rivers to expand their hunting territory and collect plants. Don’t take it too lightheaded though, hazards lie beneath.

difficulty: easy

Pitfall

Looks fine from one side, and fine from the other, but it’s the middle that decides success or failure. 4 point contact suggested at all times.

difficulty: hard

Plank Bridge

The equivalent to the Swing bridge. Watch your footwork though. It might get a bit weird.

difficulty: easy

Sand Timer

Similar to the Heeby Cheeby, but not as challenging. The bottom rope makes it quite an enjoyable stroll. But don’t take it too easy. The jungle is full of surprises.

difficulty: medium

Seesaw Walk

A little monkey hike combined with a mellow descent. The adventurous chimp climbs under the top middle bracket and not over it. Add’s a bit of spice to the soup.

difficulty: medium

Shaky Shed Round

The equivalent to the steady shed, but this time the six shaky steps separate the monkey from the other side without connecting steps. Prepare yourself for a shaky but fun swing.

difficulty: medium

Shaky Shed Square

The equivalent to the steady shed, but this time the six shaky steps separate the monkey from the other side without connecting steps. Prepare yourself for a shaky but fun swing.

difficulty: medium

Snapshot Swing

5 swinging steel frames make one perfect playground. True to the motto „Climb like a chimp, jump like a champ“. Prepare for a good swinging time with your local monkey gang.

difficulty: medium

Steady Shed

A piece of cake for every monkey. Looks steady, is pretty steady. Every chimp that doesn’t makeit over this feature better looks for a spot in the orangutan gang to eat some cake.

difficulty: easy

Swing Bridge

Every monkey must climb the Swing Bridge. This is what the Chimpifesto states in its original form. You can only call yourself a true chimpion once you‘ve crossed the Swing bridge.

difficulty: easy

Twine

One line, upwards 9, here comes the Twine. Not your average feature for first try success. A feast for well balanced and coordinated monkeys.

difficulty: hard

Up and Down

Although the monkey normally isn’t afraid of heights he always gets a bit sceptic with what he can’t reach easily. But nothing to worry about… You got this!

difficulty: medium

Water Lillies 5

A chimp light-footed like a frog? Well, we’re about to find out. The water lilies feel wobbly like jelly on the water, so better don’t get your feet wet.

difficulty: hard

Water Lillies 9

A chimp light-footed like a frog? Well, we’re about to find out. The water lilies feel wobbly like jelly on the water, so better don’t get your feet wet.

difficulty: hard

Wobbly Wave

It might appear a bit sketchy at first, but by no later than the second try the rubber monkey starts enjoying the natural beauty of physics. Let’s rumble.

difficulty: medium

X-Walk

A wide stand isn’t recommended on this one. Statistics show that there are different approaches to success. One takes this adventure nice and slow while the other tries to trick all physical laws by raw speed. What’s your approach?

difficulty: medium

Zookeeper

Well, this is the fence that’s meant to keep all the wildlife out, but does a driven monkey surrender from the first obstacle? No, he doesn’t. Don’t let the Zookeeper fool you. The floating jungle is yours!

difficulty: easy