L.E.E.F Activities Offered

Below are brief descriptions of the activities you are offered here at Lakeridge. This will help you to decide which ones will most benefit your group’s needs and goals.

*NEW* Vertical Playground 

A rope ladder, cargo net, tires and more.  All the fun of a traditional playground, except here you get to climb over 30 feet straight up!

*NEW* The Descender

Squash any fears of heights you may have by conquering LEEF’s brand new activity, The Descender.

Hook in and descend from our 18 foot or 34 foot platforms to experience a 4ft free fall before being softly lowered to the ground.  Participants will experience a consistently fun descent, regardless of participant weight (maximum participant weight on the 18 foot jump is 225 lb’s and on the 34 foot jump is 285 lb’s.

Click on video link to our NEW DESCENDER.      
https://www.dropbox.com/s/oucebdg11jg8p41/QJXS%2002%20Lakeridge.mp4?dl=0

*NEW * Indoor Suspended Obstacle Course

Race your friends in this dual track obstacle course located in our chalet.  Participants must make their way through a series of 4 elements suspended 1 foot off the ground.

Low Ropes

A circuit of elements similar to the high ropes that are suspended a foot and a half off the ground. This activity teaches the participants to trust their fellow participants as the whole course is spotted by your students. The group is split into smaller groups of 5 – 6 people. Each group will start at a different element. One or two people will then do the element while the rest spot them to ensure safety. Once all of the participants in the group have tried their element, the groups will switch to the next one working around the circuit.

Indoor Obstacle Course

We have a fun and challenging obstacle course set up indoors in the upper level of the chalet. The participants split into two teams and race against each other to complete the course. This is a great activity for all ages and is one of the favourites.

Mountain Biking

Perhaps the most popular activity we offer, mountain biking, is fun and challenging for everyone. We have a wide variety of terrain from easy gentle trails to more aggressive jumps and bridges. Due to the nature of the groups that come, not all of the participants will be able to exercise these harder elements.

Rock Wall

Our approach is simple: anyone can learn to rock climb and our program provides the key to success. Routes are designed to cover a full range of climbing techniques.  Climbing improves communication, co-operation, and trust, as teamwork is a vital aspect to safe and successful climbing.

Lakeridge Survivor Games – Based on 20 or more participants

Do you enjoy Amazing Race or Survivor? If you do, this challenge is for you!

We put together physical and mental challenges, and plenty of team building activities.  It’s structured as a friendly and fun team competition!

High Ropes (You would pick 2-3 of your top choices)

Catwalk: Participants must climb up a pole and cross a log suspended above the ground.

  • Single Climber
  • Staff Belayed
  • Easy

Rickety Bridge:  Participants must climb up a pole and cross a bridge that is suspended in the air. The bridge moves and wobbles.

  • Single Climber
  • Staff Belayed
  • Easy

All Aboard: Four participants must climb up a pole, one at a time to stand on a 2×2 platform.  Once all four are on the platform they must join hands & lean out over the edges.

  • Four Climbers
  • Student Belayed
  • Easy

Dangle A Maze: Four participants work together to climb to the top of a giant stack of crosses. Each cross gets smaller and farther apart as they go up.

  • Four Climbers
  • Student Belayed
  • Medium

Multi Vines: Participants must climb up a pole and cross a wire. There are rope hanging down from the top that they use to balance themselves.

  • Single Climber
  • Staff Belayed
  • Medium

Penguin Walk: Participants must climb up a pole and cross two wires that are about a foot apart. There is a rope that is hanging between the two poles that they must figure out how to utilize to get them across.

  • Single Climber
  • Staff Belayed
  • Hard

Tires– Participants must climb up and cross from pole to pole using a series of tires suspended from above. The tires are free hanging so they will swing and twist adding to the challenge.

  • Single Climber
  • Staff Belayed
  • Hard

High V – Two Participants must climb up a pole one at a time.  Once they are both up there, they must step out on to a wire.  There are two wires up there that start close together and get wider as they go to the other poles.  The climbers must use each other for balance and support to get as far across the wire as they can before collapsing.

  • Two Climbers
  • Staff Belayed
  • Hard

Trust Jump: Participants must climb up a pole to a platform. Once on the platform they must jump out and try to hit an object that is hanging in the middle.

  • One Climber
  • Student Belayed
  • Hard