Valparaiso is a mountain of activity with exciting features all over. It has a 4-foot high summit, with three different pathways to reach it. The easiest way is to use the transfer station stairs, which are designed to be as easily accessible to possible, even to young children or those with disabilities. There is also a 3-foot Inverted Arch Climber, which offers an easy climb to a halfway point on the slope. Some kids may be able to use the adjacent Pebble Climber to skip the Arch Ladder altogether. The most daring climbers can use the Twisted Arch Ladder to go directly to the top. There, they will be rewarded with a Ship’s Wheel that puts them in command at the helm of the structure as it sails across the play area. Or, for a quick ride back down, they can use the Right Turn Slide. There is even a Store Panel and Single Drum on the ground level, for more creative play.