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The Purpose

high_wall_smallThe Team Building and Low Challenge Course structures are used as tools to present a specific problem to an individual or group to overcome. When presented with the problem, the individual or group must follow specific rules (safety rules and rules of the challenge) to overcome the problem. Each challenge draws on every team member's contributions—their ideas, their support, and their efforts. The course is strategically structured so that the activities gradually increase in level of difficulty. It is in this way that the team continually extends its aspirations and reach.

Course activities are run by a trained facilitator. The facilitator is trained in the safety management aspect of the ropes course, and also has experience with typical responses and outcomes from the participants. The facilitatorwill hold a debrief session at the end of each activity.

The Importance of the Debrief Session

The effectiveness of any element lies with the ability to clearly present the goal of the activity and effectively debrief how the group functioned in the initiative attempt. The facilitator brings the group together after the activity to discuss the process. In other words, the elements are tools that the facilitator uses to bring the individual/group to teachable moments. The elements are an intense situation that quickly breaks down inhibitions and creates an accelerated and positive learning environment. The debrief brings the issues to relevance.

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Team Building and Low Challenge Course is designed to enhance:

Cooperation - Many activities cannot be completed without cooperation from all group members.

Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence - Confronting fears and anxieties and then beating them boosts self-esteem and self-confidence.

Trust, Trustworthiness - Participants must have faith in one another to assist them in many ropes course elements.

Safe Risk-Taking - Participants are encouraged to move beyond their comfort zone in a safe environment. Risks are perceived, rather than actual.

Decision-Making - The group together must decide on which path to follow to achieve the task at hand.

Teamwork - Including communication, sharing, persuading, participating, leading, following, respecting, understanding, encouraging.


  • Open March 1st - October 31st
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  • Special pricing for non-profit and youth groups
  • Minimum group is 6 participants
  • Programs for Corporate, Scouts, Youth, and School groups

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We have never done anything like this before as a family – Beautiful experience!

Anne, Ellie, Abby, Chris Vondergraf, Alexandria, KY

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