Challenge Course

About

The EWU Challenge Course Program is an experiential and fun way for your group or organization to challenge themselves, get to know each other better, and further develop and strengthen team-building skills. Our trained staff of facilitators strive to build an understanding of your group’s goals before designing a program to fit your needs.


Pricing and Payment

EWU University Groups (Residence Halls, Campus Organizations, Department Staff, etc.)

Pricing:  (with a 12:1 participant to facilitator ratio)

  • $54/hr for up to 12 participants
  • $108/hr for 13-24 participants
  • $162/hr for 25-36 participants

Non-Profit/Community Groups (Schools, Non-Profits, etc.)

Pricing:  (with a 12:1 participant to facilitator ratio)

  • $60/hr for up to 12 participants
  • $120/hr for 13-24 participants
  • $180/hr for 25-36 participants

We accommodate groups of up to 36 participants

To design your program, please contact Chris Cindric at ccindric@ewu.edu.

Payment

Pay for your program with a credit/debit card, pay via Touchnet.


Forms and Location

We ask that you review and complete the following forms prior to your scheduled program:

Location: 1200 Playfield Lane, Cheney, WA.99004

Ground Challenge

1-2 hours

The Ground Challenge is an exciting and fun way to challenge your group without leaving the ground.

Activities are presented to the group that allow them to open up, interact, and get to know each other better.  Problem-solving initiatives challenge the group to assess the problem, develop plans, and take action!

Team Challenge

2-3 hours

The Team Challenge incorporates the activities found in the Ground Challenge and also include our spotted and low elements.

Low elements are a series of built challenges fixed on poles by boards, cables, ropes, logs, tires, or other hardware that focus the task on the ability of the entire group to work together.

Elevated Challenge

3-4 hours

The Elevated Challenge incorporates the activities found in both the Ground Challenge and Team Challenge and also include our high elements.

High elements are a series of belayed activities (use of rope and harness) fixed 25-40 feet high on poles by boards, cables, ropes or other hardware that focus the challenge mainly on the achievement of an individual with the support of their group members.