Challenge Course Elements
Butler uses low elements and soft-skills to work with your team on decision making,
Leadership, communication, trust and reflection discussions as we prepare participants for the physical aspects of the course. The learning-by-doing process makes soft-skills one of the best parts of Grizzly Adventures.
- Participants will use activities and decision making tools to gather and process information for real world simulation.
- Facilitators set scenarios for participants to make decisions and discover the outcomes based on those decisions.
- At the end of each low element activity each group will give feedback on their performance.
- Low course activities offer a fun way to get the group to become interactive through games.
Our high elements raise the bar. This is where memories are made! You can choose 8 different ways to get to the top of our 30-foot tower and zip line or rappel back to earth. This process drives home the realization that risk-taking is most often what stands between you and your goals. The high elements challenge participants work as a team while testing personal skills and motivations.
Finale: Your choice between the following two elements.
The Giant Swing: The participant is attached to a cable that is pulled up by their team to the height of their choice (up to 50 ft). When ready, a release cord is pulled and the participant swings through the skies of Kansas. This element is enjoyable for a team and gets a large group of people involved in the experience.
The Power Pole: Climb this 30-foot pole with your partner to a platform only a 1' 1/2" wide. You’ll make the 5-foot jump to the trapeze while tied into a harness and a belay system of facilitators. The Power Pole is one of the most exhilarating experiences you will conquer at Grizzly Adventures.