Problem Solving

A group of up to 10 participants use a number of challenging tasks to help develop skills of working together, communication and leadership within a team environment. These tasks are supervised, supported and encouraged by a competent member of instructional staff.
The tasks vary; some require active physical involvement for success others require the group to think and use a common sense approach.

Examples of Problem Solving

Spider's Web
The team start the task on one side of a large spider’s web, the team must cross through the web without touching it, as this will awaken the spider. The team must work together to help each other through. Great to learn proper lifting skills and talking and listening.

The team step onto two large skis, one foot on either ski. Using ropes to hold and communicating with each other the team must start to walk a set route. Timing and teamwork is crucial for success.

Duck Rescue
The team is presented with a tube with many holes in. A plastic duck must be rescued that has fallen into the tube. In order to do this the team must fill the tube with water to raise the duck to the top. The water will leak from the holes in the tube, in order to succeed the team must work together to block the holes using only themselves.

Also available:
Monkey puzzle, Ravine, Electric fence, Stepping stones, Drainpipe, Steeple chase, Bungee, Nightline, The wall, Juggernaut & Low ropes.

To book any of our activities please contact us and let us book your programme for you.

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Outdoor Education Centre Milton Keynes