Up 2 hours on Zion Summit or Scouts Landing
Equipment Outfitting and Safety Briefing
Ropes course instruction
Private party room availible
Pizza and Catering availible
Personalized troop greeting on our digital signage
A unique bonding experience
If you need an amazing venue for your next scout event, Summit Ropes has you covered. Utilize one of our private rooms to deliver awards, offer congratulations or socialize; then harness up for adventure. Our trained staff will fit your group with safety gear, provide a briefing about your equipment and usher you to the start of the course. During your troop’s adventure, our expert staff will offer advice on how to move through the course and provide encouragement when needed.
Facilitated Team Build
60 mins or more of facilitated team building
Dedicated Professional Facilitator
Contextual content based on your group needs
Facilitated Team Build
Want to take your team to the next level? Summit Ropes will facilitate building your troop into a team that is ready for any challenge, together.
Read about our Team Building activities here:
During Toxic Waste Removal, there is a container of “toxic waste” in the center of a circle. Participants may not enter the circle. The participants are given materials and must construct a tool that will allow them to remove the toxic waste from the circle in a given amount of time. This exercise is intended to be a lesson on creativity and innovation as a team while having the stress of a deadline.
During the Blind Tent Build, we designate 1-2 individuals as the leader. The leader may not watch the tent being built and may only communicate with the guides, however, they are the only ones that may look at the instructions. 2-4 individuals are designated as the guides. The guides may communicate with everyone, but may not touch the tent parts. 1-2 individuals are designated as the Parts Depot. The parts depot may not verbally communicate with anyone but they may hand out the tent parts from a stationary location and may watch the tent being built. Finally, we have the workers that may touch the tent and build the tent, but they are blind folded. The exercise is intended to be a lesson in empathy towards the different roles we have during our life and those roles of others we must work with.
There are six researchers who were conducting an experiment in a remote cave. The cave has collapsed and there is rising water. They have a radio and can communicate with rescuers. Each researcher has a different life situation and profile. The rescuers may only rescue one researcher at a time and each rescue takes an hour (simulated time). It is likely that some of the researchers may drown. The rescue team must make the decisions as to who to rescue and in what order. This exercise is intended to be a lesson in ethical decision making under the stress.
Sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended and closed-toe shoes are required. Heels, flip-flops, and sandals are not permitted on the course. See our Frequently Asked Questions section for additional course requirements and recommendations.
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