high adventure activities
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Steps for planning high adventure activities
- Review the Safety-Wise activity checkpoints/guidelines for the activity. It is the responsibility of the troop leader to ensure that the vendor meets all Safety-Wise Activity Checkpoint guidelines.
- Review the list of activities that are considered high adventure.
- Review the list of Prohibited Activities
Currently Citrus Council has an approved vendor list available for the following types of activities:
- Aquatic Education
- Billie Swamp Safari
- Horseback Riding
- Snow Skiing
Review the Vendor List to determine if a vendor you have chosen is Council approved. If the vendor is on the approved list – make sure that the insurance expiration date is after the planned date of your adventure.
Prepare your troop for the outing and make sure that they have all of the required special equipment that may be needed.
Enjoy the trip with your troop!
When planning a high adventure activity, leaders should always consult the Safety-Wise Activity Checkpoints to see if an activity is approved. It is the responsibility of the troop leader to ensure that the vendor meets all Safety-Wise Activity Checkpoint guidelines.
|Boating||Roller skating||Snow Skiing|
|Caving||Ropes/Initiative Courses||Theme Parks|
|Challenge Courses||Rafting/Whitewater Rafting||Windsurfing|
|Bungee Jumping||High Altitude Climbing||Para-sailing||Snow Tubing|
|Flying in Small Private Planes||Hot Dog Skiing||Riding All-terrain Vehicles||Sailplanes and Blimps|
|Go-carting||Hunting||Riding Motor Bikes||Trampoline|
|Hang Gliding||Paintball||Scuba Diving||Using Personal Watercraft|
|Helicopters||Parachuting||Snow Boarding||Watercraft Trips in Class V & Above|