Trees for climbing & forked trees

Areas of use

  • Schools, kindergartens
  • Public areas
  • Decorative elements
  • Parks

Types of wood

  • Robinia
  • Oak


Skived, sanded & splinters removed


  • Tree for climbing, oak, with at least 3 branches (Please discuss the number of branches with us.)
  • Forked tree, robinia, with 2 – 3 branches


Tree for climbing: Up to a maximum diameter of 50 cm – lengths up to 800 cm

Forked tree: Up to a maximum diameter of 22 cm – lengths up to 600 cm

Robinia wood


Robinia (Robinia pseudoacacia)

  • Durability:
    • Cl. 1–2 (DIN 68364/EN 350-2)
  • Quality:
    • Untreated, unsorted, typical wood characteristics
  • Permitted:
    • To the extent that they do not significantly impair use: Isolated unhealthy points, infrequent occurrence of a hollow core, discolouration due to tannic acid and weathering (the wood remains healthy underneath the outer discolouration)
  • Cracks:
    • The formation of cracks is permitted according to TÜV in line with DIN 7926-1/Section 4.2.7 and does not represent an increased hazard.
  • Note:
    • General remarks are often insufficient for various uses. Please discuss your minimum requirements for specific projects with us.