The Challenge Adventure Program (CAP) in ASD20 emphasizes experiential education for students at all levels K-12. Several elementary sites have elements such as cargo nets, gym climbing ropes, and bouldering walls. In addition to these elements, cooperative learning and teambuilding skills are promoted. Mountain Ridge Middle School offers a 6-week Grizzly Challenge club where students have the opportunity to experience a variety of elements including the climbing wall and zip line. At the high school level, students in the Rocky Mountain High courses participate in activities that are geared to enhance the student’s self-confidence, social awareness, problem solving, and leadership potential. The activities may include team-building initiatives, low and high ropes course elements, climbing, rappelling, belaying, and orienteering as well as intermediate and advanced climbing techniques, rappelling, orienteering, kayaking, snowshoeing, camping, backpacking, outdoor survival, leadership, and wilderness first aid.