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About Our Courses

Here is a little information about our courses. They:

  • are used by schools, churches, colleges, non-profit organizations, corporations and business executives, industrial management teams, military veterans and specialty camps
  • provide a challenging, dynamic educational experience
  • enable participants to deal safely with intimidating situations
  • are a team-building adventure, present powerful metaphors
  • create positive group awareness and interaction
  • develop and builds healthy communication
  • encourage and promotes problem solving skills and conflict resolution
  • foster peer trust and group confidence
  • build emotional strength, character and inner fortitude
  • deliver positive and lasting outcomes

Interesting and important technical stuff….

  • Our indoor facility enables us to operate high ropes and rock climbing all year round – even during the harsh Maine winter!
  • The outside course has elements from 1 ft. off the ground to 50 ft. off the ground
  • The Cat Walk, Vertical Playpen, Trapeze Jump, Burma Bridge, High 50, Giants Ladder, High speed swing and Aqua-zip are the names of just a few of the high ropes course elements
  • The indoor climbing wall is 45 ft. high
  • Synchronicity, Cargo Net, Bean Pole, Target Jump and Flying Squirrel are the names of just a few of the indoor high ropes course elements
  • We have over 30 indoor rock climbing routes from easy to almost impossible
  • We can cater our program to groups of any size
  • Our staff is nationally certified through the High 5 Adventure Learning Center and the American Mountain Guide Association
  • Our high ropes course and indoor rock climbing facility is one of the best in New England and the country.
  • We use state of the art technical safety equipment from Project Adventure, Petzl, Black Diamond, Sterling Rope and Omega-Pacific
  • Our course is inspected annually by engineers and builders from High 5 Adventure and reaches the highest safety standards in the industry
  • Safety is our #1 concern