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High Ropes Course

Book your next group training on the new high ropes course.

Clip in and get ready for a new experience in leadership training and team building. Campus Recreation will be opening a new facility for outdoor adventure to serve the training and adventure needs of the surrounding community. The 5,500-square-foot building features our extensive outdoor equipment rental services with over 600 items and serves as a meeting and planning space for adventure trips. The High Ropes area will develop teams utilizing a variety of challenges that encourage growth through experiential learning. The course provides physically and emotionally challenging activities and allows for focused reflection after each activity with our trained leaders.

Let our team help your team!  The new high ropes course features 27 elements, 80 percent of which are universally adaptable for all abilities. Groups using this course will rise to the challenge of elements such as The Big Swing, Centipede, Lilypads, The Vertical Playpen, and much more.  Our team building participants frequently report a variety of their skills improved in areas such as teamwork, effective communications, relationship building, problem solving, fun and shared experience.

By incorporating a variety of design components, facilitators actively engage participants in their team-building experience. Design components of a team building activity may include portable elements, low elements, high elements, pool elements, and custom trips. Groups that want to focus on specific outcomes have the opportunity to choose one of our standardized programs such as “Flightpath to Leadership” or “Bullying Prevention.” Visit our website for a complete description of these options and the most up-to-date list of available packages.

Schedule your program today! Visit the Adventure-Team Building section of the website to find out about all your options, complete a request form, and a member of our Adventure team will be in touch. If you still have questions, call 309-438-0753.

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