Team Building in Albany, New York
Team building and corporate training in Albany finds a beautiful backdrop between the blue waters of the Hudson River and the pine forests in the Adirondack and Catskill mountains. Visitors can enjoy discovering over 300 years of history in one of the oldest cities in the US.
Adventure on the Ropes Course in Albany
Under Albany’s tree canopy, we blend Low and High Ropes Course challenges like belaying a partner as they ascend a tower to a giant swing high above the ground. Our challenging Albany ropes courses enable participants to grow on an individual level and as a team while integrating leadership and communication concepts, problem-solving, and coaching.
As team members attempt Low Ropes Course challenges like Wild Woozy, communication plays center stage and every member of the team must participate with support and ideas. The High Ropes Course emphasizes risk-taking, trust, and coaching. Take in the beautiful views of the surrounding forests as you balance across a high rope bridge before flying to the ground on a zip line. The challenges allow participants to expand comfort zones and recognize fears that possibly block personal growth and success. New discoveries arise with each passing moment, whether you’re climbing, belaying or encouraging a team mate.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Albany
Empower your team with a clear understanding of who they are and where they are on the continuum from pseudo-team to a high performing team with a Team Identification workshop. Consider combining this powerful training with philanthropy, fun, and teamwork with our Golf for Goodness Sake program. Your small teams construct a mini golf course from non-perishable food items which are then donated to a local Albany food bank or homeless shelter. Consider an indoor venue like the Desmond Hotel or outdoor venues such as Washington Park for our highly portable programs.
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