Camp Stevens in Julian
Camp Stevens lies nestled in the pine‐oak woodland located near the historic town of Julian. Camp Stevens is currently a leader in camp sustainability and has an organic garden and orchard onsite. This is the favorite location for those groups that are looking to immerse themselves in their team building experience and escape from the city. The high ropes course at the camp is divided into an upper and lower course, each comprised of a variety of elements. The lower course is unique in that it offers multiple partnered elements, which allow your group to push themselves, while still working with their teammates. This site is everything you could want with a ropes course plus an amazing setting.
ADDRESS: 1108 Banner Road (Hwy 78), Julian, CA 92036
Ray and Joan Kroc Center
The Kroc Center is a 12‐acre education, recreation, and cultural arts facility owned and operated by the Salvation Army. This facility was made possible by a generous gift from philanthropist Joan Kroc. Along with its many community offerings, the Kroc Center is the site of a great high ropes course which is operated exclusively by Aztec Adventures. This site is located at 6845 University Ave. (5 min. from SDSU). The Kroc Center offers 5 different high elements, one of which is a partner activity. This location has all the aspects of a great ropes course, but helps keep your program close to home.
ADDRESS: 6845 University Ave., San Diego, CA 92115
San Diego State University
San Diego State University is a beautiful location to hold your Team Challenge program, and with facilities like the Aztec Aquaplex and the ARC Climbing Wall, there is something for every group. SDSU is a great choice for those interested in a Team Challenge Workshop, the Boat Building Regatta, The Aztec Photo Safari, or the Rockwall Team Challenge. This site is a favorite of clubs and organizations with a limited budget.
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drought or no rain for long time
What was an ancient Mayan codex.
A codex is an old manuscript, in the form of a book, which replaced the scroll between the years 0-300 AD. They were written in Maya hieroglyphic script on Mesoamerican bark cloth.