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365 DAYS OF LOVE: TRUST & COURAGE (1532 hits)

GO ON A COUPLES RETREAT AND TAKE A ROPES COURSE!


Single Day Adventure Program for Couples

Build trust, improve communication and strengthen your relationship without marriage counseling. Come have fun, and see the benefits! Discover your partner all over again as you make new friends and join other couples in an adventure that will leave you with lasting memories and new tools for keeping your relationship strong!

The couples adventure is designed for couples of moderate to good health and physical ability. It does NOT require superior strength of fitness, just a willingness to participate. Individuals choose their own level of challenge. Challenges will include low and high ropes course activities.


BOOK A COUPLES ADVENTURE:
https://www.adventureworks.com/couples-adventure/
Posted By: Elly Moss
Friday, September 21st 2018 at 11:16AM
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