Team Building in Virginia
With its scenic mountains to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Virginia offers a range of activities as vast as its landscape. The rustic Appalachian Mountains are home to an array of wildlife, hiking trails and national parks. Cities such as Newport News, Norfolk and Virginia Beach blend history and coastal beaches to create a unique environment for your next company meeting.
Ropes Course builds teams in Virginia
The blend of Low and High Ropes activities unifies teams while exploring risk, leadership, communication, problem-solving, and coaching. The Low Ropes Course focuses on team collaboration; attempt the Crevasse Crossing located under a canopy of trees at our Williamsburg course. No low challenge is possible to complete on your own; call on every member of the team to generate ideas and provide support.
The High Ropes Course emphasizes risk-taking and the creation of a culture of encouragement. Our Virginia courses offer exciting challenges for our corporate teams – you may try the ladders, pathways and beams at our northern Virginia site or the exhilarating zipline in our quiet forest setting in Chesapeake. The challenges allow participants to expand their comfort zones—sometimes dramatically—and recognize fears that may block personal achievement. The ropes course memories and moments carry over to the work environment for a long time.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Virginia
Prince William Forest ranks at the top as one of our favorite Team Orienteering sites. The fragrant woods and trickling streams welcome our teams as they learn topographical map reading, compass reading and distance pacing skills. If you’re not hitting the trail but rather settled comfortably at the Kingsmill Resort or the Meeting Oasis you can consider our Hybrid SWOT that accelerates process improvements for your department by having everyone involved in taking those necessary steps.
Some of our many other Virginia locations:
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