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The best part about Team Building at New Life Ranch is that as soon as you get your group to the camp, we take over the rest! We provide a fully scheduled program, great food, and quality staff so that you, as a coach or leader, can focus all of your attention on building relationships and learning with your students!

The unique thing about the programming is that we design it specifically to your team. After you fill out this brief questionnaire, our resident Challenge Course Manager, Lane Taylor, will work with you to formulate the program for your stay. Here are some of the tools that we use that may be a part of your program:

Zipline
Zipline
Our Zip Line allows four participants to ride at the same time! You'll start your journey by climbing 45 feet up a utility pole to join your friends on the launch platform. When you're ready you can leap off the platform and enjoy your zip more than 400 feet along Flint Creek.
Hub & Spoke
Hub & Spoke
10-15 people per hour: $100/hour (recommended 2 hour session as this element requires more time to complete)

It's like a giant jungle gym in the sky! Teams work together on this element to complete as much of the course in a given period of time. This element is best used as a team building exercise, but is also available as a free-time activity.
High Y
Climbing Wall
The 32 foot high Climbing Wall has 4 sections for participants to choose from. Routes can be easy enough for the beginner, or challenging enough for the advanced climber. Watch out for those overhangs!
High Y
Prop Initiatives
We have a plethora of activities and initiatives that we use that are not bound by any physical structures.  These activities can be done out on the course, in the gym, or out in the woods on the go. We have a wide variety of props to create these challenges, from ricochet balls, to mousetraps, to lasers and mirrors, to a deck of cards.  We use these different activities to challenge your group to work on the unique and specific goals that you have set for your team building session.
Vertical Playpen
Vertical Playpen
You'll need a partner to face this challenge. Dare to scale approximately 40 feet of tires, tubes, nets, and whatever else we've hung up. This element promises to challenge pairs to work together.
Vertical Playpen
Low Ropes
At only 2 ft. off the ground, you may not be facing paralyzing heights, but this is no cake walk. Try not to lose your footing as you and your teammates work together to traverse through our 8 element circuit without touching the ground.
Screamer
Screamer
Start by letting your friends hoist you to the height of your choice, up to 40 feet! Then pull the rip cord to experience a ride that is sure to be a thrill. The screaming is optional, but you may not be able to help it!
Pamper Pole
Pamper Pole
The Pamper Pole is a manifestation of pure fear. As if standing on the top of a swaying pole wasn't enough, try leaping out into mid-air to grab the bandana while trusting your friends will catch you as they man the belay teams. Can you guess how the Pamper Pole got its name?
High Y
High Y
High is right! Walking on cables suspended 45 feet in the air is a challenge for anyone. Partners climb different poles, use ropes and cables to reach each other in the middle of the element, and stretch out as a team to complete the traverse. This is the least often completed and most demanding element on our Challenge Course.
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder
It looks simple enough, but with rungs that get further apart the higher you climb, and a free-swinging base, it will take teamwork and perseverence to make it to the top.