Goals of the Challenge Course
- Provide an activity that groups will find challenging, exciting and fun.
- Present group goals in a dramatic and memorable way.
- Gain a better understanding of yourself, your team and test your limits.
- Learn more about trust as it pertains to our relationships with other people.
- Build self-confidence.
- Develop communication, problem solving, and decision making skills.
- Challenge participants to step out of their comfort zone with support of the group.
- Create an experience base to draw upon when faced with real life challenges.
Choose Your Challenge Philosophy
This concept of choice allows the participant to decide if he/she will participate in an activity or not, a philosophy used during all parts of our challenge course. Participants always have the choice to not continue or to participate in a different way at any point during the activity; however, spotters, anchors and rope tenders have the responsibility to continue doing their job until the climber is safely on the ground. The facilitator may never force an individual to participate; however, the facilitator will encourage each participant to step out of his/her comfort zone and at least challenge themselves in some way. The choice is always up to the individual. If an individual chooses to not actively participate, she/he will be encouraged to play a supportive role, which could include spotting, communicating, anchoring, or tending the rope. These roles will be explained at the beginning of the course during the introduction. A small sample of groups that have participated in the Jameson Camp Challenge Course:
- Girl Scouts
- Camp Healing Tree
- Zarvos Coaching
- Ingram Micro
- Carmel Elementary Schools
- Center Grove High School
- Triangle Fraternity
- Sigma Kappa
- Aids United
- Birthday Parties
- United Way
High Ropes Course
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