Team Building in Boulder, Colorado
Tucked into a picturesque valley below the Flatirons, Boulder enjoys 300+ days of sunshine a year. This intriguing town, with its miles of hiking and biking trails and some of the best rock climbing in America, offers the perfect setting for your corporate training or team building event.
Get, Set…Go! Team Building in Boulder
Your group must multi-task, manage time and prioritize during this dynamic and fast-paced adventure, Get, Set…Go! Each team receives a backpack with supplies, a time limit and a series of missions to complete.
The Pearl Street Mall in downtown Boulder makes a perfect place to begin Get Set…Go! The areas to explore include the path along Boulder Creek that heads west up the canyon and east through CU-Boulder or the eclectic shops and tree-lined neighborhoods near Central Park. Mix sophisticated problem-solving challenges, GPS skills and treasure-hunt clues with adventure elements such as biking along the trail, indoor rock climbing, or kayaking in the Boulder reservoir. Highly customized depending on your team objectives and fitness levels, no two Get Set…Go! adventures are the same.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Boulder
If you’re looking to incorporate philanthropy and fun into your next team building event, our Golf for Goodness Sake program blends innovation, creativity and corporate social responsibility. Build a mini-golf course out of non-perishable food items and compete in a Tournament round before donating items to a local Food Bank. Or gain exposure to tools to do it right, resources to sustain results, and an experience that enriches workplace relationships with the right blend of shared stories, laughter and motivation. Programs can be held at locations like the Millennium Harvest House or the St. Julien Hotel and Spa.
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