The Nuts And Bolts Of A Challenge Course

Swages, fish plates, thimble-eye bolts and double-coil lock-washers — these words probably don’t mean much to those who are unfamiliar with challenge courses. For those who do have a challenge course on their camp grounds and are still unfamiliar with those words — you should be more aware. Why should you ensure that the course is well constructed and receiving a passing grade for safety? Liability and trust are the two biggest reasons. Parts wear out, ropes break down, and …


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