Examples of Activities - These portable activities are designed to engage groups of 10-15 people in solving mental and/or physical challenges, located at Lakewood or on campus.
Objects are scattered in an indoor or outdoor place. In pairs, one person verbally guides his/her blindfolded partner through the obstacle field. This activity works on group communication and trust.
Deceptively simple but powerful exercise for learning how to work together and communicate in small to medium sized groups.
The group determines the best strategy for transporting multiple balls, one at a time, through a series of half-pipes and into a bucket.
All levels of physical fitness and ability can participate. Portable initiatives are offered at various locations, both on campus and off. Note that are many other teambuilding games, elements, and activities that can be chosen for your group.
Examples of Elements - These built-in elements are located only at the Lakewood.
The object is to physically and safely move a group over an 8'-high log or a 13' wall, one participant at a time, with support and encouragement from group members.
This is an exciting element that encourages participants to work together. The object is to move a group from start to finish on top of and along a series of tightly strung cables between support poles, inches from the ground.
The object is to move your entire group through a nylon fabricated web without touching the web material.
Designed for more physically capable individuals and typically engages pairs. The group acts as a support system, but pairs work to achieve goals. Located only at Lakewood.
Examples of Elements:
This can be used by three people at a time. This element utilizes stationary boards, swinging ladders, hanging tires and ropes. The participants are required to work together to reach the top.
With the support of a belay team, the participants ascends to a platform and jumps for a bar that can be moved to whatever distance the participant chooses.
The participant is suspended by a cable that is pulled up by their team to a height of their choice. When ready, the participant releases a rope and swings over Lake Whatcom. This element is a lot of fun and involves a everyone in a large group.
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