Designed by the former director of Outward Bound's National Training Institute, the 50-foot tall tower is an alternative to traditional linear, tree-based high-ropes courses, and features
both low and high elements.
Participants, individually or in teams, climb various rope configurations with names such as the Corporate Ladder and Diabolical Seesaw, and swing on the giant swing. During climbing, all individuals are harnessed and secured with safety lines.
Regardless of age or type of group, everyone is welcome at the Adventure Complex. All components are designed for various levels of difficulty, so challenges abound for small children, teens, young and older adults, and people with disabilities. Groups numbering from six to more than 100 can be accommodated at one time.
Participants include groups from hospitals, schools, universities, corporations, treatment centers and retail stores. Individuals and families are welcome, too, for special events. Half-day, full-day, or multi-day program arrangements are available.
Trained instructors can help groups tailor specific programs to meet their particular goals and abilities. The Adventure Complex is operated under the philosophy of challenge by choice. Each participant chooses what he or she wants to accomplish.