Team Building in Napa Valley, California
Nestled among the rolling hills, charming vineyards and picturesque towns, count on Napa for beautiful sunny days and clear starry skies year-round. Napa Valley, renowned for complex wines and gourmet dining experiences, provides the perfect environment for your next team building or corporate training program.
Pursuit Team Building in Napa
Most groups that choose team building as part of their Napa Valley retreat experience want to enjoy the beautiful vistas and unique hotel facilities. Pursuit, a multi-tasking competition, can be facilitated on the grounds of any resort in the wine country or at a charming park in towns such as Calistoga or St. Helena. Small teams use strategic planning skills while moving through a series of fun and challenging facilitated and self-directed activities. Build relationships while developing leadership skills as you contribute ideas to solve interactive challenges and use innovation to complete the collaborative photo assignments. Pursuit lends itself easily to custom wine country challenges such as a wine trivia or a blindfolded wine identification challenge.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Napa
Choose Fuller Park in Napa or Solange Calistoga as your HQ while you contribute to the community by Buildin’ Bikes to donate to a local charity. If your meeting involves delving into real work issues, then consider Active Forum that can be led on a patio or in a conference room of a destination resort such as the Silverado Resort.
Spread out over 250 acres in a little nook of the Napa Valley, this resort manages to mix luxurious amenities in a comfortable and secluded setting. The resort offers myriad activities plus it’s in the heart of beautiful wine country. Learn More
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