3 Wild Ideas for Outdoor Teambuilding

By Connect Staff, May 10, 2017

Sometimes all it takes to get creative juices flowing is getting outside your comfort zone. Explore these outdoor teambuilding options from three companies out West to get the adrenaline pumping and the innovative ideas coming.

Noah’s Ark Whitewater Rafting Co.
Buena Vista, Colo.

This outdoor adventure team customizes teambuilding trips that can include rafting, climbing, backpacking and camping for up to seven days, or adventure trips that take place on its own 12-acre riverfront base camp property.

National Outdoor Leadership School
Lander, Wyo.

Wyoming’s backcountry is a prime location for teambuilding activities as it requires quick thinking, solid leadership and an ability to work together to survive. National Outdoor Leadership School has courses for those exploring outdoor leadership as a career, as well as one-and-a-half-day leadership navigation challenges, complete with geocaching hunts.

Bozeman Team Building
Bozeman, Mont.

Groups can spend a day in Bozeman encouraging one another on a high ropes course, zip lining or whitewater rafting. Other group initiatives that keep your feet on solid ground include trust activities and the Great Egg Drop, where teams must work together to keep an egg from breaking in a two-story fall.

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