Team Building in Idaho
Idaho greets visitors for team building activities and corporate training events with sapphire lakes, thick forests, winding rivers, and sun drenched valleys and mountains. Idaho’s wide open wilderness, small friendly cities and towns, and unhurried pace helps visitors relax and unwind
Build a Boat and race your teammates in Idaho
From Lake Coeur d’Alene to the Snake River, Idaho’s lakes, reservoirs, and rivers make excellent backdrops for our Build a Boat team building program. Small teams collaborate to build fast and sturdy vessels using only cardboard, duct tape and nylon. Innovation, strategic-thinking, and problem-solving skills come to the fore as participants create top-secret boat designs. The final unveiling reveals kayaks, canoes, and rafts that will withstand the choppy waters of Lake Pend Oreille or the tranquil waters of your hotel pool. Captains then steer their boats across the finish line as their team members coach and cheer them on from the shore. We have enjoyed building our boats in the shade at Sandy Point in Lucky Peak State Park and then parading them down to the beach for our final race in the dam. Locations throughout Idaho complement the creative collaborative challenge of our Build a Boat team building activity.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Idaho
In our Countdown team building program, small teams rotate through a series of challenges similar to NBC’s Minute-To-Win-It to practice techniques necessary for success.
If you would also like to improve your meetings, consider our Effective Meetings for Leaders workshop for insights into more engaging and productive meetings. Indoor venues like Coeur d’Alene Resort as well as parks like Veterans Memorial Park work well for our highly portable programs.
Some of our many other Idaho locations:
- Coeur d’Alene
- Twin Falls
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