Alan Eustace made his “leap of faith” from the stratosphere 135,000 miles to earth. While we don’t jump that far on the ropes course, you can take your own personal “leap of faith” at our ropes course.
Last week, a group of employees from The Adventure Park at Sandy Springs Friends School came out to our UEI’s ropes course for some good old fashioned Maryland team building. We went through our communication building and trust exercises and at the end of the day, everyone in the Adventure Park group walked away with a […]
At the ropes course we frequently play problem solving games like “pass the hoop” to teach teams to work together. But humans don’t have a monopoly on problem solving skills. This video below is of a crow named 0007 using his pint-sized brain to figure out how to get a piece of food out of […]
In July, Worx Graphic Design came out to our challenge ropes course for some Maryland team building. Afterwards they sent us this incredibly kind thank you card. Truly it goes both ways. When a group comes to our course, whether adults or kids, and they take in what we teach it’s always gratifying to know […]
At the ropes course we often use the moral debate game we call “Cave Rescue” to generate discussion and opinion. We unearth what each individual in the team building group values in others. Why does one person stand up for another who is in peril versus letting another person, who they deem not as valuable, […]