The Tower is a sixty footer, making it rather intimidating for most. But intimidation often leads to motivation, as groups learn to conquer their fears and set new, challenging objectives for themselves. Communication and trust are two big deals for this event — all group members experience climbing, belaying, and rope monitoring — but the greater job of everyone is being the support staff to their climbers, which (to many’s surprise) comes pretty naturally.
Setting difficult goals produces amazing accomplishments. Whether it’s finding yourself reaching the top of the Tower or taking one more step further than you did the last climb, you’ll discover that your determination and a strong support system are key when taking that extra step – whether it’s on the tower or in the real world.