Team Building in the San Francisco Bay Area
People from around the world come to the San Francisco Bay Area to experience the innovation of Silicon Valley and the picturesque Sausalito waterfront. Discover the quaint downtown of Burlingame on a scavenger hunt, enjoy our portable team building programs at a Fremont park near your offices or hike the trails of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. No matter what you choose, the Bay Area has something for everyone during your next corporate retreat!
Trail Venture at an urban Bay Area park
An afternoon out of the office does not have to entail a long trek to the mountains or wine country. Simply meet us at one of the many East Bay Regional Parks or county parks along the peninsula. The attraction of Trail Venture comes from the mix of a “walk in the park” combined with interactive, team challenges at stopping points along the route. A meadow provides a perfect backdrop for our Morse Code communication exercise or a grassy knoll may be where the team hunkers down to prioritize survival items associated with an adventure gone-wrong scenario. Big Basin State Park is a great choice for our South Bay groups with some easy loops among the awesome Redwoods. Teams have enjoyed the San Francisco Presidio where ocean views and quiet trails are just minutes from the action-packed downtown.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in the Bay Area
Our GeoTrek in San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Sonoma or Berkeley is based on the recreational sport of geo-caching and blends adventure and technology into an exhilarating team building experience. Or take your team up into the trees as they climb poles, balance on cables and increase trust and cohesiveness on our exciting Ropes Course challenge. Take advantage of great meeting space at Cavallo Point in Sausalito or the rustic hospitality of Costanoa, an eco-adventure resort in Pescadero as your base camp for your team adventures.
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