One to two hours of low-risk challenges in an open space setting to get participants moving and active.
Half Day Low Challenge Course
Low Challenge Courses provide low-risk challenges in a combination of field and wooded settings. Low challenge activities are the foundation for building effective teamwork and may incorporate balancing, jumping, or climbing on special structures. Each activity can be adapted to accommodate most ability types, and participant safety is managed by trained facilitators. During the program, time is taken to discuss the experience and relate the experiences back to "everyday life" situations.
Half Day Challenge Combo
Combination Courses begin with Low Challenge Course activities followed by climbing on the Alpine Tower or climbing on Dynamic Elements at the High Challenge Course. This is a great option for any group short on time but want to get off the ground and in the air.
Full Day Challenge - All Low or Low/High Combo
Enjoy working together on the ground, let’s take it to the next level. Start off at the Low Challenge Course. Then move to the High Challenge Course providing low-risk challenges with activities that may be conducted at a height of approximately 35 feet. Participants will be secured on a belay device with supervision from a trained facilitator. High challenge courses may incorporate balancing, jumping, or climbing on special structures. Each activity can be adapted to accommodate most ability types, and participant safety is managed by trained facilitators.
UFOTCC Off-Site Programs
UFOTCC offers off-site courses by request. With the small group format we bring a low challenge course to your location. We have activities that allow us to work in a variety of places.
In the large group format we offer icebreakers, energizers and more to add to your meeting or event. Activities delivered are selected by group need, size and location.
Alpine Tower – Private Climbing Session
Climbing with a twist. Climbers have different options: they can go straight up on different vertical poles or they may choose to participate in a variety of initiatives including the beanstalk, team beam, the corporate ladder, the missing link, diabolical seesaw, hanging cargo net, hang down ropes, karma platform and the etriers.
Harnesses, helmets, belay devices, belay instruction and facilitators are provided. Participants will climb, belay and back up belay each other with an observing facilitator.