Project Adventure

The Project Adventure Course at Trail’s End consists of teambuilding and challenge activities. This exciting program is designed to push perceived limits, foster communication and enhance leadership skills. Project Adventure is broken down into three categories with each being physically, as well as mentally demanding. Our experienced facilitators are able to customize your curriculum to match the goals of your event.

High Challenge Elements - Individual Training

These high elements are designed for individual achievement and will push each participant to re-define their comfort zone by building self-confidence.

Climbing Wall

Our wall has 2 climbing sides with varied difficulty. The further you go up our 30’ wall, the more difficult the climb.


Relive your favorite Indiana Jones moments, 35’ high, as you traverse our long wire bridge in the trees.

Leap of Faith

Your goal is to jump from a 35’ perch and ring the confidence bell.

Grapevine Walk

Walk on a cable, amidst the tree tops, while holding onto the grapevines above your head for balance.

Canopy Tour Zip Line

A thrilling, 650 foot zip down a steep embankment, over our pool and into our trees.

High Challenge Elements - Group Training

These obstacles are cooperative in nature and focus on two or more individuals working together to accomplish their goals.

Dangling Duo

The higher you climb, the more difficult the travel becomes. This activity requires your partner’s help and is perfect for building trust, cooperation and communication.

Vertical Playpen

Each rung offers a different challenge and participants will need to display patience and good listening skills as team members on the ground help point them in the right direction.

Flying Squirrel

One participant is pulled 35’ high and released by team members to swing through the trees. This is a fun and thrilling ride that enables a group of people to take part at once.

Cooperative Elements & Experiential Learning

These tasks are a series of problems given to groups to work on cooperation, communication, and leadership skills, while developing trust within the individuals. Cooperative elements may or may not have props as part of the problem. They are designed for groups of 8 to 12 individuals. These challenges are perfect for goal setting, observational leadership and group bonding.

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