Team Building FAQs
1. Who Benefits from team building programs
Corporate groups, community programs, sports teams, college organizations, youth organizations, churches, school faculty, and schools.
2. What is included in Lutherhaven’s team building program?
Most team building programs would consist of some problem solving initiatives, low ropes challenges and large group activities. We also have mid and high rope challenges that are incorporated into the programs.
All team-building programs would consist of debriefing time to help the group find the greater meaning within all that they did.
3. Can you tell me about the staff that would facilitate for us?
Our director is a certified Challenge Course Manager according to the Association of Challenge Course Technology’s (ACCT) standards and also serves as the chair for the ACCT Education Use Committee. All of the facilitators are trained on site and know how to work with all of the various groups that we serve.
4. Is your course certified and safe?
Yes, our course is inspected annually by a 3rd party, according to ACCT standards. Our course manager also inspects each element prior to use.
5. What Elements Do You Have?
Camp Lutherhaven has multiple low rope elements on site (spider web, nitro swings, multi-vine, whale watch, etc.) and multiple portable elements. We also have a climbing tower with zip line, 8 element high ropes course with giant swing dismount, 2 catwalks (high beams), pamper pole, and a unique lower “mid ropes” course.
Shoshone Mountain Retreat also has multiple low ropes and portable elements along with a zip line, giant swing, and natural rock face for climbing.
6. How big a group can I bring?
We facilitate groups from ten to 120 or even more people. Larger groups are divided into smaller groups of 10 to 15.
7. What should I wear?
For most of our programs you’ll be outside for three or more hours, so layers are a good idea. Being in the woods means it’s often cool and damp—especially in early spring or late fall. You also might be in a harness, so short-shorts, skirts, and tank tops won’t really work very well. We require close-toed shoes for all Challenge Course activities. That means no sandals, Tevas, Chacos or flip flops!
8. How much does it cost?
The cost varies based on length of stay and other options. Please contact Outdoor Education Director, Jason Marker for a quote.
Phone: 208-667-3459 x 116
For More Information
Jason Marker, Outdoor Education Director
Local: 667.3459 x 116
Toll Free: 1.866.729.8372 x 116