Adventure Programs

Phil with helmet cam.jpg Bethel Horizons is located on over 548 acres bordering Governor Dodge State Park. Our mission is to develop and perpetuate a physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual environment which will strengthen and enhance the understanding of a person’s proper relation to nature, to self, to others and to God. Horizons also offers meals and overnight accommodations for those attending our programs or for hosting your special event.

Check out our Adventure course in this video!

Programs We Offer

Portable Program

The Portable Program consists of warm-ups, ice-breakers, team building and trust buidling activities, and group initiatives designed to have participants work and think together. The Portable Program can be done at Horizons or at your site. 

Low Ropes Challenge Course

power pole.jpg The Low Ropes Challenge Course consists of Warm-ups, ice-breakers, teambuilding & trust buidling activities, and group initiatives designed to have participants work and think together. This program includes the use of our Low Ropes Challenge Course a series of elements constructed of beams, cables, ropes and resources secured to trees.  This program is offered at Horizons.

HIgh Ropes Challenge Course

Elements in the High Ropes Challenge Course consist of 8 Elements: The Stationary Log, The Swinging Log, The Multi-Vine, The Tension Traverse, The Crossover, The Power Pole, and The Zip Line all at 35 feet in the air! 

Rock climbing Climbing and Rappelling Tower

The Climbing and Rappelling Tower is 40 feet tall and consist of a Climbing Wall, Rappelling Wall, and a Dangle Duo.

Rock Climbing and Rappelling

Participants learn the basics of Rock Climbing and Rappelling techniques, equipment, philosophy and safety while climbing and rappelling on Horizons bluffs.


Participants travel to one of Southwestern Wisconsin’s wild caves near Richland Center. Bethel Horizons provides helmets. Participants wear clothing that can get dirty and keep them warm in the muddy and naturally cool cave. Facilitators then lead the way into the wild cave. Participants learn about cave formations as they navigate through large and narrow passageways of the limestone cave.

For more information contact our Adventure Director Phil Bramley at or (608) 574-2713 for more information. 

HAWC Participant Forms

Return signed forms to the Adventure Director on the day of your program(s).

Icon Release of Liability Form (91.8 KB)     Icon Health History Form (73.3 KB)