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This is a hands-on team activity designed to encourage participants to think about co-operating and supporting one another. It consists of a series of large structures and obstacles that have to be negotiated.

One or more of the elements are ideal to include in our bespoke programmes for team development, team leadership or organisational development, or for a fun team building day or adult activity session. Although it is not a physical assault course, it does involve some lifting and the direct support of fellow team members.

 
 
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Independent challenges

To complete the challenge course, the participants have to physically lift each other over and negotiate their way through the different elements. However, as each challenge is independent of the others, the challenges can be selected to meet the programme objectives. This also allows several teams to use the course at any one time, rotating between the different tasks. The team challenge course includes the following elements: Mohawk Walk, Tyre Thread, Wall, Giant's Finger, Beam, Traversing Beam, Wobble Board and Diverging Poles.

 
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Activity criteria

Whilst the activity is physical in nature, each challenge is carefully supervised by our fully qualified instructors and a full briefing on safety and the importance of using the correct lifting technique is always given. We operate a challenge by choice policy and for those team members who do not wish to be lifted there are plenty of supporting roles.

 
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Key facts

  • Allow at least 45 mins
  • Ideal for programmes and group sessions
  • Can accommodate more than one group at a time on the course
  • Suitable for adults and young people
  • Moderate physical activity, involving some lifting
 
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What do visitors say

"I had to really trust my team to ge me safely over the high beam. I certainly couldn't have done it without them"

 
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