Using cables, ropes and wooden beams strung among trees or roles, teams explore team-building skills such as problem-solving, risk taking, leadership, communication, and collaboration.
The low ropes elements are close to the ground so the perceived risk is low, but still challenging to complete. Participants walk tightropes, climb walls, and pass teammates through a series of skill developing obstacles.Participants gradually expand their comfort zones and recognize fears that may block personal and professional achievement. Each challenge draws upon team members to
In our High Ropes there are Ascending and Descending activities in addition to Traversing at height. For example, Tree or Pole Climbing is a common method of Ascent and the he "zip line" or "flying fox" is a popular method of descent.
High Ropes activities tend to focus on confronting one's fears, emotional self-management, self-confidence, risk-taking, etc. High Ropes activities tend to be for individual climbing, but there are some High Ropes activities, such as the Dangle Duo, which require pairs of people to climb together and help one another.
High Ropes activities often involves participants who are not climbing to take responsibility for belaying, communication and supporting some else who is climbing. In this way, High Ropes courses can also be used to develop compassion, empathy, communication and cooperation amongst group members.