The students learn to fall and get back up on their cross country skis, an important skill.
Working on their cross country ski skills.
Nate listens to the instructions on what to try next on his cross country skis.
A newbie on cross country skis, Brendan makes excellent progress.
Sze Wing, a Teton Trip instructor, gives Josh some helpful advice.
Not having to try a new skill on her skis suits Mary Grace just fine.
Before the activity was over, Rudy was expert at falling.
Shay and Chrissy are ready to go.
Well, Shay was almost ready to go.
Look at Anastasia go. She’s looking pretty confident on her skis.
Chrissy finds it humorous to see Shay attempting to get up from a fall.
…but Chrissy comes to Shay’s rescue.
Mitch presents his group’s drawing to the other group.
The students try to draw using a marker suspended by string.
Learning communication skills playing “Blind Dodgeball.”
They learn quickly how to communicate commands while Nate listens to what Elsa tells him what to do based on gestures from Shay.
The group discusses what they learned about leadership, teamwork and communication by playing blind dodgeball.
Tyler yells commands that are communicated to him by Mary Grace to the blindfolded Chris.
Josh holds their group’s art while Nate explains what they did.
Shay and Chrissy share their technique for drawing with a market suspended by string.
Playing a game of blind dodgeball for communication and team-building.
Identifying who they think expressed leadership and good team-building qualities, Annika, Dylan and Mitch come up with a great example.
Coming up with leadership and team characteristics.