Team Building in Lake Tahoe, California
Few places offer such a wide variety of exciting meeting locations and team building opportunities as California’s Lake Tahoe region. The glistening blue of Lake Tahoe is home to beach parks such as Kings Beach in the North and Kahle Beach in the South with plenty of hotels, casinos and wilderness trails in between.
Teams explore Lake Tahoe with GeoTrek
Teams of 4-5 people use GPS units, maps and clues to navigate their way from the busy and vibrant State Line to the peaceful trails of Tallac Historical Site in our South Lake Tahoe GeoTrek. Or if your meeting is on the north shore, our Tahoe City GeoTrek ensures you visit Commons Beach and the trails along the Truckee River. Teams develop their own strategy and travel the distance to locate hidden caches along the shores of Lake Tahoe. Competition continues as each team completes on-the-go challenges that encourage getting to know each other on a personal level or brainstorming solutions to mental puzzles. GeoTrek, a memorable activity, evokes discovery of a different kind of intelligence, true out-of-the-box thinking, so relevant for cross-functional teams in ever-changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Lake Tahoe
Try out our Pursuit program, a competitive team building event which appeals to everyone; an outdoor venue such as Zephyr Cove or indoor meeting space at Hyatt Incline work equally well. We combine solid problem-solving challenges with introspective self-directed challenges to keep all team members involved and in-the-game. As the goal of many retreats is to reflect on what is working and to suggest improvements, you may find our powerful Breakthrough Trek to be the solution.
The Ritz Carlton, Lake Tahoe
Discover The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe and enjoy a mountain retreat at one of the most breathtaking luxury Lake Tahoe resorts.
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