The Hump is the natural progression from the Wee’UN. At around two to three years old, kids start to have more awareness of their positioning. They feel more confident climbing without the rungs against their body.
To understand what makes climbing on the Hump different, think of how it would feel as an adult using a ladder as a bridge. Being in a raised crawling position, you don’t have the added security of the rungs against your body. Moving horizontally draws your eye-line towards the ground making it harder to look around and therefore more of a challenge.
When crossing the Hump, your child will turn around at the middle point so they can land on the other side feet first. With no single top rung to rest the body against, like on the Wee’UN, they need more awareness of positioning and problem solving to turn around. Get the hump