Project C.O.P.E. is comprised of group initiative games, low-course and high course activities. Some of the activities involve a group challenge, while other test individual skills and agility. Participants climb, swing, balance, jump, rappel, and think of solutions to a variety of activities. The C.O.P.E. course provides an opportunity for every participant to achieve success as an individual and as a member of a patrol or team. The activities are not designed to be competitive or to be a race against time. More important objectives, including building individual confidence and developing leadership and sense of common cooperation among the members, are emphasized. The course is designed to build more self-confidence in a shorter length of time than anything most people have experienced.
tower and climbing
Camp Pioneer's 32 foot, 4 sided, climbing and rappelling tower. "Little Rich Mountain" offers a full and exciting climbing and rappelling program. The Mountain is made of wood and features three unique climbing sides. Two sides have wooden climbing holds and one side has unique climbing rocks.
Camp Pioneer has a unique climbing opportunity for all ages and experience levels. It is a 32 foot long, 12 foot tall, three sided, climbing wall. The wall is sided with plywood and has many realistic climbing holds made of rock. The participants’ feet are never more that five feet off of the ground and the ground is prepared for proper protection, according to BSA Standards. "The Wall" is designed to provide a challenge as well as loads of fun.