The Low Challenge Course is a series of problem-solving experiences that physically engage teams to develop and execute a plan. The challenges include a variety of low elements, games, and group initiatives. Each challenge draws on every team member's contributions—their ideas, their support, and their efforts. Our course provides a challenge for successful team performances, and triggers learning that is transferable to the workplace and personal lives.
Our High Challenge Course, the TreeTop Adventure Trail, offers a variety of group and personal challenges. The course consists of 7 high elements that offer a mental and physical challenge that is unique to each individual. Groups can also utilize the Giant Swing, which is a standalone element that challenges each participant to push themsleves beyond their comfort zone. Please call for pricing and availability.
To complete a full team building session groups will need approximately 4 hours. Challenge course events may be scheduled Monday through Saturday during morning or afternoon hours. Please schedule your event as early as possible to ensure availability for your group.
The Giant Swing is an individual stand-alone element in which participants are lifted by their group to a comfortable height, and then released to swing through the trees. The participant can choose how high they want to go and when to release the cable to begin swinging. Check out the video...
Cancellations must be received no later than 7 business days prior to your scheduled event to receive a refund (minus a $50 non-refundable processing fee). No refund will be given for cancellations made less than 7 days prior to your scheduled event.
A deposit for your session is due 12 business days in advance. The deposit will reflect ½ of the final fee, and will guarantee your groups date and time. The remaining balance will be due the day of your scheduled session. Checks should be made payable to Glendale Outdoor Leadership School. We also accept Visa and MasterCard.
In any outdoor adventure experience there are real risks involved. Efforts are made to manage risks in a proactive manner. Trained and experienced facilitators will make every effort to minimize known exposures to risks associated with activities. Despite these efforts, risks are only reduced and never eliminated.