Lehi Park








Description

C.O.P.E. is an acronym for "Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience".

It is a program that emphasizes "learning by doing" in a supportive, fun and interactive group environment.

The C.O.P.E. program is designed to foster and develop the following seven character traits:
Teamwork



Communication



Trust


Leadership


Decision Making




Problem Solving



Self-Esteem
Teamwork is the key that allows a group to navigate a C.O.P.E. course successfully.
The C.O.P.E. experience makes it clear that each individual can accomplish more
as a member of a team than by going it alone.

The C.O.P.E. experience encourages active learning of listening and discussion
skills which are critically important for any group or individual attempting to
accomplish a difficult task.

Participants completing difficult tasks on a C.O.P.E. course develop trust in the
C.O.P.E. leaders, their fellow group members and themselves.

Team members attempting to solve problems on a C.O.P.E. course have abundant
opportunities to develop and exercise leadership skills in small and large groups.

The C.O.P.E. experience requires groups to make decisions by developing one
or more solutions to a specific obstacle, problem, or initiative that is presented.
Teams must consider all the available resources and alternatives, and evaluate
the probable results before moving forward.

The C.O.P.E. experience challenges groups and individuals to develop solutions
to interesting problems.  Participants must step outside the box and employ
creative ideas.  Participants can then test their solutions and evaluate the results.

Meeting the challenges of a C.O.P.E. course develops self-esteem in individuals
and groups, and encourages them to set challenging yet attainable goals.




























C.O.P.E. Course

The Lehi Park C.O.P.E. Course is a custom-built ropes course that includes a variety of innovative features
such as climbing elements, and low and high ropes challenges.
C.O.P.E. Course Map









































Rules

  • Use of the C.O.P.E. Course near the Nephi campsite is by special reservation only.
  • Arrangements should be made well in advance by emailing the Park Hosts at info@lehipark.org
    or calling (831)423-7313 to provide all details and dates.

  • Reservations are required for use of the C.O.P.E. Course.  Normal park usage fees apply.
  • Reservation Requests can be submitted online following the Lehi Park Reservation Policies.

  • Groups must have a Certified Ropes Course Director present to use the course.
  • For a list of Certified Ropes Course Directors, email the Park Hosts at info@lehipark.org.

  • Participants who are not members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • are required to sign a Hold Harmless Agreement provided by the Park Hosts.

  • Only high-clearance vehicles are permitted on the road to Scott Creek and the C.O.P.E. Course area.
  • Groups requiring access should contact the Park Hosts to unlock the gate on Alma Way.


Videos

 
Zip Line
Leap of Faith



Photos
All Aboard
All Aboard
Balance Beam
Balance Beam
Burma Bridge
Burma Bridge
Flying Squirrel
Flying Squirrel
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Log Crossing
Log Crossing
Nitro Crossing
Nitro Crossing
Spider Web
Spider Web
Trust Fall
Trust Fall
The Wall
The Wall
Wild Woosey
Wild Woosey
Zip Line
Zip Line