Challenge center testimonials:
“…My students come to class with such fears that are put to rest with the knowledgeable and friendly staff. Their emphasis is safety and my students' comfort zones makes them willing to try more things than they believed they could. It's amazing it be a part of their experience.” -
- Sac State Faculty
“Our team building event yesterday was a perfect balance of small and large group activities, visual and hands-on problem solving and trust/relationship development...all which truly allowed us to play on each others strengths and to help us encourage one another. We look forward to implementing and continuing the skills and concepts from Peak Adventure and hope to utilize your facilities again in the future. Great concept, even better outcome!” -
- Atalie Ruckman, Principal Funds
The team lead is the point person for the program. The team lead will contact the client prior to the program to discuss the client’s goals and expectations. Then the team lead will develop a unique program for the client. During the program, the team lead is responsible for safety and well being of participants, as well as timely flow of the day’s activities and staff interactions with participants. The team lead will also be the person the client should contact if they have questions about the program.
Our Team Leads have over 500 hours of hands-on experience facilitating and leading groups through challenges and transformational activities. Their training includes technical ropes course safety management, CPR and first aid, as well as advanced facilitation, debriefing methods and group dynamics.
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Open Climb Benefit
April 14th, 2011 4-7PM
Come one, come all, bring your friends, family, co-workers, classmates, anyone who enjoys climbing and having fun. April 14th, the Peak Adventures Challenge Center will once again host a $10 open climb. Everyone is welcome!
The Open Climb is a fundraiser for community programs around Sacramento. This year, we'll be raising money for our very own KSSU Radio! A ten dollar entry fee, or just five for Sac State students, is all it will cost to come traverse our elements during four hours of climbing and enjoy a great festival with many games and activities for all ages.
The varieties of high elements are sure to please both the beginners and the most avid of climbers. The tower hosts a variety of elements like a rock wall and a cargo net, each boasting different challenges. Try your luck balancing 40 feet in the air on multiple high elements or jump off a platform and enjoy the ride back down to the ground. Peak Adventures’ Challenge Center is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
To attend this open house join us on Thursday, April 14th from 4pm to 7pm at the Challenge Center at Sacramento State University. Gates closed to new admission at 7pm. Don't forget to bring closed toes shoes! We look forward to seeing you there.
Closed toes shoes mandatory
Must be Age 8+ to climb
Minors must be accompanied by a parent or gaurdian
$5 for CSU Sacramento Students
$10 General Public
$5 for Non-Climbers
Free for kids 3 and under