Challenge Programs

 

The Lawrence Hidden Valley Committee, Inc. approved the installation of two zip-lines and an archery range on the property as part of their effort to support Girl Scouting in Douglas County. Girls look for outdoor adventure and activities, and these challenges are great for learning and personal growth.

A donation was made to Hidden Valley and the board decided a zip-line would be a great use of the funds and in June 2009 began training and use. Facilitator training and maintenance of the equipment require continued funding which is partially covered by the rental fees. Facilitators are volunteers who are professionally trained and then supervised by LHVC for the safety of the girls on the property.

After several years of planning and research, Hidden Valley built, in 2015, a three-target archery range, "Sherwood Forest", to enhance Hidden Valley's Challenge Program. Facilitators are volunteers who have been trained and are supervised by LHVC for the safety of the girls on the property.

 

Current Scout fee for zipline is $15@. Outside groups, $25@.

Current Scout fee for archery is $15@. Outside groups, $25@.

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Zipping the Highline Video