Team Building to GO!

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With Spring just around the corner, we have been getting an increasing number of calls and emails asking about our team building and adventure instruction programs.  Although some of our clients are not restricted in their budgets, more than a few have listed ‘price’ as one of their top decision-making factors.

The UnBingo Icebreaker Exercise

The UnBingo Icebreaker Exercise

For ‘budget-minded’ clients, we have designed a recreational team building program that caters to groups of up to 250 participants, with general team building and fun as their major goals.

Pipeline - Corporate Team Building activity during a Corporate Team Challenge. https://www.go-adventures.com/corporate-team-building/

Pipeline – Corporate Team Building activity during a Corporate Team Challenge.

The Adventure Team Challenge is a ‘self-led’ rotational team building event.  Our facilitator will set up a series of activity stations ahead of time, and as the teambuilder begins, your group will be split into teams of 10 – 12 participants, each with a team leader and a ‘playbook.’  The playbook describes each activity station in detail, including goals, rules of play, and other pertinent information.  Teams will have an average of 25 minutes to complete each activity, before moving on to the next station.

The Adventure Team Challenge can be designed as a ‘friendly competition,’ or a themed event, and many groups prefer to make the program part of a company picnic at a local park or recreation area.

For groups in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, we suggest booking a spot at Rock Creek Park.  For a $7 permit fee, you can reserve a picnic grove that included a covered pavilion with picnic benches, a bathroom, plenty of parking and open spaces for activities.

If you are looking for fun on a budget, The Adventure Team Challenge is a great option!

Learn more about the Adventure Team Challenge…