Challenge Course Programs

Team-Building, Collaboration, and Leadership Development

Challenge Course Request Form 

 

Program Types:

Ground Initiatives  - These are portable activities with low physical demand that can meet your group at any location! Our facilitators engage the group by presenting problem-solving scenarios that require and develop teamwork, trust, leadership, and communication skills. The group finds success through working together and depending upon the member's strengths. We are happy to travel to any location and lead activities to better the group culture!

Low Elements - These are permanent structures located on the W&M Challenge Course. Low Elements are, on average, 2-3 feet above the ground. These activities are more physically engaging than Ground Initiatives.

High Ropes Course (High Elements)- Height ranges between 12-65 feet and can be physically demanding. Completion of a Low Elements course is required to make a reservation for a High Ropes Course program. Participants will have the opportunity to push oneself both physically and mentally through controlled risk-taking. Participants will achieve personal goals while being supported and encouraged by their team.

Zipline - The zipline flys over the beautiful Lake Matoaka, providing each participant an unforgettable experience! 

Combination Programs - A group can opt to experience Ground Initiatives, Low Elements, High Elements & Zipline on separate days or experience elements of the Challenge Course in one day. Combining programs allows for a complete team-building experience incorporating the benefits of each program. Multiple combination options are possible, based on group goals and time available.

Challenge Course Request Form 

Questions? Ask us at TAP@wm.edu.