"Fly high" among the trees of Liberty Mountain with the High
Elements Challenge Course. Challenge your team to take on new
heights and build teamwork during this exciting outdoor
High Course Elements & What to Expect
- Horizontal Ladder
- Floppy Two Line
- Burma Bridge
Two parallel cables are spaced apart with wooden rungs placed
irregularly along the span. The participant crawls across on hands
and feet or knees. The ladder may shake a great deal but will not
flip over. Although this is not a difficult element, there is
considerable exposure as the participant invariably will be looking
Floppy Two Line
Two parallel cables are constructed approximately five feet
apart. The participant walks sideways on the lower cable while
using the upper cable for balance and support. This is not very
difficult but there is significant exposure.
Similar to the Floppy Two Line Bridge: instead of using an upper
cable for balance and support, the participant steadies him/herself
with a series of ropes dangling from an upper cable (out of reach).
Because the participant must commit to release in one line as
he/she grasps the next, this element offers slightly more exposure
than the Two Line Bridge.
Two lengths of rope are tied from trees and anchored to a lower
cable on which the participant walks, using the ropes for support.
This element provides considerable exposure, because the support
offered by the first rope diminished steadily, until the
participant is forced to switch to the other rope halfway
Three parallel cables are configured in a 'V' and tied together
with traverse ropes at varying intervals. The participant walks on
the lower ropes while using the two upper ropes for stability. This
is not a very difficult element, but there is significant exposure.
An excellent way to gain height in a multi-line element, linear
Our tower consists of two wooden climbing surfaces with resin
hand and footholds built in (specially designed and manufactured to
simulate rock), a cargo net, and a giant's ladder for multiple
options and difficulty levels in reaching the top of the tower.
A cable 300 feet long is suspended between two trees. The
participant hooks into a pulley apparatus and slides down the
cable. The element is designed so that even a heavier participant
is never less than ten feet off the ground. Often used as the final
element and exit from the course.