WHAT IS ADVENTURE EDUCATION?
It is a unique, safe, active and healthy activity for your group. Programs include activities such as team building and group communication skills taught using the Low Ropes Course, Raft Building, High Ropes Course, a 40 foot Climbing Tower with Zip Line, and our Odyssey Course.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Children, young adults, older adults, Schools, Corporations, Non-profit Organizations, Church Groups and just about anyone else who want to see their group grow, strengthen, improve and profit from this unique experience.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Daily, 9am—6pm year-round “weather permitting”
Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30am—4pm
Adventure Education Director:
Robb Armstrong, firstname.lastname@example.org
All programs can be partial, full or multi-day experiences. Our staff can help specifically design your program to fit the goals and expectations of your group. Activities can focus on trust, teambuilding, problem solving, communication, decision making, diversity, strategic planning, education aspects, and leadership and management skills, getting to know one another, or just having fun. Adventure education also promotes quick, critical thinking, calculated risk-taking, enhances leadership and management skills, facilitates organizational change, and builds effective teams.
Everyone in the group can participant regardless of his or her physical condition or ability.
There is a role for every group member to be part of the team.
Success comes from everyone contributing and valuing everyone’s contribution.
Minimum Participants: 12
Maximum Participants: 125
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Phone 860.677.8458 Fax 860.676.9407
Winding Trails, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving people from Farmington and surrounding communities, providing year round recreational and educational activities for the enjoyment and growth of families and individuals of all ages. Winding Trails is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of the natural woodlands and waterways that allow outdoor programming, character development, and other activities that strengthen the lives of those we serve.