Such courses are a perfect mix of both horizontal as well as vertical challenges that are mostly constructed from cable, wood, ropes that are fixed above the ground level and tied between wooden poles, steel framework or cables. These high rope courses can be easily built and practiced both outdoors and indoors. There are a number of types of these lessons, some of the popular ones being highlighted below:-
Maze Curriculum- This class of training involves a portion of the group or the whole group to learn and experience the whole curriculum together.
The elements that need to be used are all linked together and each participant is allotted a transition point. This task mostly involves team work.
Dynamic Curriculum- This curriculum is more of a one to one training process. Here, a particular task is taught to the entire group at a time. However, while executing the task, the contestants need to do the same individually without any help and support unlike the maze curriculum. This type of curriculum can be done on a particular single element or a combination of single elements.
Clay pigeon shooting games can be done indoor or outdoor. Speaking of outdoor, arrangements can be built in large and strong trees.
This requires a relatively smaller budget as in this case you need not invest much apart from the ropes and a few basic accessories. Apart from this, practicing in an open atmosphere will also make the learner feel much more free and comfortable. However, trees might be badly damaged by the natural human force. Furthermore, it may require cutting down a few trees to design the proper layout. This might well affect the ecological balance and hence not recommended for use.
On the contrary, designing a layout indoor in a gymnasium may involve a greater budget but on a whole they are much more advantageous and recommended for practice. Not only this, once installed, poles does not require much maintenance and can last for years which further add to its advantage.
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