Our Challenge Course Services (CCS) department specializes in designing challenge course programs for educational use, group development and self-discovery purposes, serving our mission of empowering people, building connections and creating change. Our design and installation department has unprecedented experience, training, and craftsmanship who are dedicated to providing life-changing experiences and organizational change. From initial outreach to installation to ongoing support and consulting, High 5’s process is different. Our challenge course services department will guide you through every phase of planning, installation and ongoing maintenance. Our approach is intentional, we want to know about your program goals and what you hope to achieve with it. We’re going to ask about your organization and the people it serves, and then we will custom design a course for your organization that will help you serve your mission. We’re going to make sure you understand the commitment that challenge course ownership entails. Only then will we amaze you with what we can provide to specifically address your needs, and you’ll start changing people’s lives with it.
Challenge courses go beyond elements, cable and wood. The best programs also have highly-trained, committed and dynamic people operating the course and running the program. That’s what makes the program successful. And we’ll not only build your course, we’ll support you all along the way. Our services go beyond installation. When you partner with High 5 you get an ongoing resource for knowledge and experience. We aim to build ongoing, trusted relationships with customers and programs that utilize our full services and believe that one-time inspection or repair services do not serve your program’s best interest.
“High 5 has sent us on this amazing journey. The youth we’re engaging in this new adventure are just soaking it up as it creates the opportunity for self-worth through self-efficacy. We leave them with an instant in their lives that will be with them for years.”
Russell Throckmorten, SSG
Alaska National Guard