Team Building in South Carolina
From Table Rock in the Blue Ridge Mountains to the sandy beaches and spectacular coastline, the Palmetto State is a beautiful destination for corporate retreats. Golf courses attract visitors looking to be out on the green, while the cobblestone streets of historic Charleston appeal to those looking for a more elegant experience.
Our Ropes Courses in South Carolina
The Low and High Ropes Course enables participants to grow at team and individual levels, exploring risk, leadership, communication, problem solving, and coaching. Balance your team on the super-sized teeter-totter, the Whale Watch, as they focus on solid planning and collaboration. The Low Ropes builds in plenty of discussion time, if desired, under the shade of oak trees at our Greenville location.
Our High Ropes Course in Charleston has a high climbing tower which emphasizes risk-taking, trust, and coaching. The 2 ziplines in our wilderness park course increase your adrenaline bring the day to an enthusiastic close. On the high ropes there is a role for everyone whether you’re climbing, belaying or encouraging others.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in South Carolina
Everyone loves walking along the tree-lined streets of the French Quarter and the Historic District of Charleston – so why not do just that with purpose. Our GeoTrek team building event blends adventure and technology into a treasure hunt that includes GPS units, maps, clues and “on-the-go” challenges. Possibly you set the stage for the GeoTrek by discussing a leader’s role in Stages of Team Development and then use the walk along the Cooper River to put theory into practice. Choose to stay in town at the Francis Marion Hotel or head for the wild ocean vistas at the Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island.
Some of our many other South Carolina locations:
- Hilton Head Island
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