Rappelling

Cameron rappelling at Hollow Valley - by  Sam AllardTeachers, have your students participate in a once in a life-time, breath-taking experience. Students will hike up onto an extremely scenic area called the Hollow Valley, where our professional guide will instruct students how to use their safety equipment to rappel off the edge. Think about this: student could climb up a rock face one day and rappel down a rock face another.

Two completely different experiences, in two completely different places.

Students will thank you for choosing this activity to be a part of your program at Haliburton Forest. Partner this program with geography, history, or forestry, for a more educational outlook about the natural environment. Anything is possible. You choose it, we create it! 

Please contact our facilitation staff for inquires and pricing information at experiences@haliburtonforest.com.

Expectations for Grade 7

Geography
Patterns in Physical Geography
SE.KU1 – identify carious types of landforms and explain how they are used to describe regions

Health and Physical Education
Living Skills
1.1- use self-awareness and self-monitoring skills to help them understand their strengths and needs, take responsibility for their actions, recognize sources of stress, and monitor their own progress, as they participate in physical activities, develop movement competence, and acquire knowledge and skills related to healthy living
1.2- use adaptive, management, and coping skills to help them respond to the various challenges they encounter as they participate in physical activities, develop movement competence, and acquire knowledge and skills related to healthy living

Active Living
A1.1 - actively participate in a wide variety of program activities, according to their capabilities
A1.2 - demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to their personal enjoyment of being active
A1.3 - demonstrate an understanding of the factors that motivate or impede participation in physical activity every day
A3.1 - demonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others
A3.2 - demonstrate an understanding of procedures for anticipating and responding to hazards that may lead to injury or ailments while participating in physical activity outdoors

Movement Competence: Skills, Concepts, and Strategies
B1.2 - perform a wide variety of locomotor movements, with and without equipment, while responding to a variety of external stimuli
B1.3 - send, receive, and retain a variety of objects, while taking into account their position and motion in relation to others, equipment, and boundaries, while applying basic principles of movement
B2.1 - demonstrate an understanding of the components of a range of physical, and apply this understanding as they participate in a variety of physical activities in indoor and outdoor environments