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The Challenge Course provides experiential learning-based programs that are accessible to people of all ages and physical abilities. Programs engage groups through team-building games, problem-solving initiatives and challenge course elements.
Through individualized programs, groups can hone problem solving skills, enrich team relations and gain insight on how they work independently and as a team when pushed out of their comfort zone.
Our staff can create custom programs to meet the specific needs of your group. Have fun, grow, and learn with us on Towson University’s Challenge Course.
Benefits of Group Programs
Challenge Course programs hone and develop many skills, including, but not limited to:
Pricing varies, depending on group size and length of the progam. Please contact Andrew Lyburn, Assistant Director of Outdoor Recreation, for more information at 410-704-6334 or email@example.com.
“It was a highlight for me in my nearly 15 years of service here. Our students had a great time, and I think you helped us achieve our objectives of building team spirit and getting our students to use English to communicate and solve problems.”
"I want to thank Challenge Course Facilitators Stephanie Smith, Andrew Lyburn, and Adam Gaynor for their amazing team building activities at the 2008 Diversity Retreat in Waynesboro, PA. They inspired our 50 participants to communicate effectively, problem solve, bond, and have fun. Stephanie, Andrew, and Adam—your great energy and passion definitely contributed to the Retreat's success… I look forward to working with you again in the near future. "
"Just wanted to say thanks again for an awesome ropes course program yesterday. I've done a lot and it was by far the best I've done in a long while."
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