Team Building in Tucson, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona, filled with diverse culture, eccentric architecture and exciting adventure, could be your next team building or corporate training destination. Explore local destinations like the Presidio District, Barrio Viejo, Congress Street Arts and Entertainment District or 4th Avenue Shopping District.
Ropes Course Team Building in Tucson
Under the boundless sunny skies, we blend Low and High Ropes Course challenges that enable participants to grow at both the team and individual levels by integrating leadership and communication concepts, problem-solving, and coaching. The Low Ropes Course centers on communication with challenges, such as Stretcher, that calls on every member of the team to participate by providing support and ideas.
The centerpiece of our challenging Tucson ropes course contains platforms at three levels – not so high to really high! The High Ropes Course emphasizes risk-taking, trust, and coaching. Check out the magnificent expanse of the Sonoran Desert below you before you ride the zipline back down to ground level. The challenges allow participants to expand their comfort zones and recognize fears that may block personal growth and achievement. Each moment is rich with discoveries, whether a person is climbing, encouraging a team mate or “on belay.”
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Tucson
In our Team Orienteering program, teams learn topographical map reading, compass reading and distance pacing to successfully navigate our orienteering course in Papago Park; your teams can explore the enormous sandstone buttes that tower above the relatively flat trails. If your meeting involves strategy development and important internal discussions, then consider our Facilitated Meetings to support your retreat at centrally-located venues such as Omni Tucson National Resort or Hacienda del Sol.
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