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High Risk Activities

High Risk Activities


Which activities are high-risk?

Written approval is needed for girls to participation in any of the following activities. (Girls must be age 12+)

  • operate motorized vehicles, such as go-carts and personal watercraft
  • use firearms (hunting is never allowed)
  • simulated skydiving and zero-gravity rooms
  • take trips on waterways that are highly changeable or uncontrollable
  • fly in noncommercial aircraft, such as small private planes, helicopters, sailplanes, untethered hot-air balloons, and blimps

To get written approval, contact your Program Support Specialist about the activity the girls are interested in.
 

Girls are NEVER allowed to participate in these activities:

  • Potentially uncontrolled freefalling such as: bungee jumping, hang gliding, parachuting, parasailing, and trampolining
  • Creating extreme variations of approved activities such as: high-altitude climbing and aerial tricks on bicycles, skis, snowboards, skateboards, water-skis, and wakeboards
  • Hunting or shooting a projectile at another person
  • Riding all-terrain vehicles and motor bikes
  • Taking watercraft trips in Class V or higher