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High Ropes Adventure Challenge

We offer a high quality safe program that will stretch and challenge each individual going through our unique high adventure course that takes you over 30 feet above the ground on elements based on working together and building trust.  You will not only have to rely on each other to solve the situation but a great amount of trust will be developed and encouraged in order to complete each task.

  • Minimum of 8 guests
  • Maximum of 40 guests
  • 1/2 Day(3 Hours) $18/per person
  • Full Day*(6 Hours) $36/per person

*Full Day program combines both Low and High Ropes Challenge Courses, and includes lunch.

Cargo NetBoardwalkPipe DreamBalance BeamThe XEarthquake WalkSwinging LogsMonkey TailsThe Wire
Each group starts their adventure climbing up the net.  The climb is a tiring 45ft + climb up to the first platform.
The first element on the high level of the course is a series of boardwalks.  Each groups must walk their way across each board which out stepping on the wires.
The second element on the high level of the course is wire traverse with a series of pipes in the way.  Each group has to maneuver around each pipe located on different parts of the wire.
The third element on the high level is a standard balance beam.  This is deemed the easiest element on top but still could hold a challenge for groups.
The fourth element on the top level is a wire traverse with a “X” rope suspended over it.  Each group will cross the wire path and maneuver themselves around and over a rope.
The first element on the lower level is a series of boards.  Each group will cross the “earthquake” boards to the next platform.
 
The second element on the lower level is swinging board crossing.  This look easy element is unforgiving once the first step is taken.  The boards start swinging once momentum has hit them. 
The third element on the lower level is a wire traverse with ropes. Each group is to cross the wire with the help of random monkey tail ropes hanging about the element.
The last element of the course is a wire traverse.  This ultimate element for team success depends on everything learned and gained from the previous 7 elements.  This is only a wire with no aids except for the group members.
 

Low Ropes Challenge Course

Wonderland Camp’s Low Ropes Challenge Course consists of both social interaction and group dynamics.  Our challenge course has been designed primarily for 8 – 17-year-olds but can easily handle and challenge all age groups. The main emphasis of the course is on problem solving within a group. The goal is for the group to cooperatively solve (encounter and conquer) each obstacle using brainstorming, great communication, cooperation and positive thinking.

  • Minimum of 8 guests
  • Maximum of 36 guests
  • $100 for 2 hours Minimum
 

Log of Logistics360º Whale WatchGiant’s FingersBalance BeamBlind JumpMonkey TailsThe MuseTrust FallTrain CarsCargo NetThe WallNitro CrossingSpider’s WebWhale WatchZig ZagAll Aboard
a single, stationary log lifted 16” off the ground. The objective is for the entire group to be randomly position on the log and rearrange themselves in a predetermined fashion without falling off the log.
a large platform that is 2ft. off the ground. This platform is a modified whale watch that rotates on all axis’s, giving it an unstable 360 experience. The objective of the group is the stand on the platform getting it to balance in all directions with a predetermined time.
three poles ranging from heights of 8ft, 12ft and 14ft. The objective of the group is to place a single over the pole, getting it off while following a special set of instructions. Different pole heights allow for difficultly based on groups age/height.
</p> a 20 ft long pole suspended 2ft off the ground. The objective of the group is cross the pole by climbing up a small inclined beam and then walking across the primary beam. Groups will have to abide by specific guidelines. The balance beam is the first portion of a 3 element mini course. The mini course can be done altogether or each element can be a stand alone.
a jump from the balance beam to a platform. The objective of the group is to take a blind jump from the end of the balance beam to a smaller platform. The blind jump is the second portion of a 3 element mini course. The mini course can be done altogether or each element can be a stand alone.
a single line traverse with 3 monkey tail ropes. This single line is suspended about 8 inches off the ground. The objective of the group is traverse the single line with the use of the monkey tail ropes without assistance of the spotters. The monkey tails is the third portion of a 3 element mini course. The mini course can be done altogether or each element can be a stand alone.
a puzzle element that involves concrete bricks and boards. This is a maze that is a few inches off the ground to challenge a groups problem solving capabilities. The objective of the group is to work through a maze of bricks in a “swamp” only using provided boards and bricks.
a single platform raised 4ft off the ground. The objective of the group is to catch each individual as they fall backwards off the platform.
three platforms that are lifted about 8 inches off the ground. The objective of the group is to cross the train car using the provided boards and following specific instructions.
a massive cargo net suspended 4ft above the ground. The objective of the group is get across the cargo net by climbing in and out but following a specific set of instructions.
  three wooden walls that vary in height of 8ft, 10ft and 12 ft. The objective of the group is to lift and get every member up and over the wall while following specific instructions. Different wall heights allow for difficulty based on groups height/age.
a thick, knotted, swinging rope is suspended between two trees. Two parallel boundary lines are designated so that the rope hangs directly in the middle. The objective is for the entire group to swing one at a time from one boundary to the next without touching the ground between.
An arrangement of rope or cord is fixed between two trees passing over itself in a symmetrical fashion forming a “web-like” configuration. In observing the web, an obvious number of holes or spaces are evident. The objective is for each participant—one at a time—to pass through an opening in the web, attempting to reach the other side. Participants may not touch the web and once one of the openings is used, it may not be used again.
a traditional whale watch platform that is 2ft off the ground. This platform only tips in one direction. The objective of the group is to balance themselves on the platform for a predetermined time following specific instructions.
a series of poles with notches about 16 inches off the ground. This is a puzzle element that involves boards and poles. The objective of the group is cross the Zig Zag trying to figure out which boards fit into which poles.
a series of 4 platforms ranging in size. The objective of the group is stack the entire team on a platform for a predetermined amount of time. After each successful attempt, the group will move to a smaller platform until all 4 platforms have been successfully boarded.

Three weeks notice is required. More time is appreciated.

Waivers are required on all participants.

Requests for programs require a 14 day minimum for scheduling purposes.

All are subject to availability and weather permitting.

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