Lake Louisa State Park  

  Services by P3 lake Louisa 

Hiking:

1. Be willing and able to follow rules and obey authority figures (such as P3 employees)

2. Understand and follow instructions given to you, verbally or written, presented individually or to a group, including directives regarding hazards/risks;

3.Have the ability to perceive hazards/risks and respond to instructions regarding hazards/risks such as soft patches, loose rock, or approaching storms, etc.;

4. Effectively communicate with or to other participants or leaders regarding potential hazards/risks, personal distress, injury, or need for assistance up to a distance of 50 meters, where darkness, high wind or other factors may impede communication

5. Act reliably and responsibly even when not directly supervised;

6. Perform necessary self-care in a remote and outdoor environment, including personal hygiene, adequate hydration, dressing appropriately for weather conditions and responsibility for and organization of personal gear;

7. Lift and carry weight, including personal belongings, gear or provisions;

8. Competently navigate a variety of uneven and challenging terrain. This includes but is not limited to: traveling on and off-trail,

9. Remain alert and focused for the duration of your outdoor experience.

10. Tolerate being outdoors for the duration of your experience.

11. Tolerate being several hours or up to a day away from medical facilities;

12. Interact responsibly in a group and support a team approach, understanding that every participant shares in the responsibility for their own well-being and the well-being of the group;

13. Ability to lift your own personal belongings to chest height.

14. Be able to stand and walk for an extended period of time.  

15. Ability to walk up and down in elevation changes with a low to medium level of resistance.

16. Master moderately athletic balancing skills.

17. Be able to manage all personal care independently, or with the assistance of a companion