Our activities and events are deliberately designed to illustrate all the elements of effective teamwork. Inspiring teams through active experimentation and hands-on challenges!
Team skills have to be developed and practiced to be effective. Outdoor activities provide ideal opportunities for participants to see the real effects of their decisions and actions.
In addition to instructing the activities our trained co-ordinators will help develop team awareness through informal group discussions and reviews. Most importantly this will be achieved in a safe and supportive environment.
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Who has a head for heights, unshakeable balance and no fear? The challenge is simple: stack crates to 13 high with a team member on top. The solution requires team work, bravery, balance and trust!!!
One member of your team must levitate! Remember nothing is impossible. Build a freestanding structure with the three planks provided. One team member must levitate in the centre higher than the bases.
Use the equipment provided to build a land raft and effect a daring rescue to recover a stranded member of your team and bring them back to safety! Fall off the raft and you'll have to start again!
Your entire team needs to pass through the spiders web. Start on the downhill side. If the web is touched the group must start again. Once half of your team are through they are safe even if the web is touched.
Cross the minefield without touching the floor! Sounds simple, but fall off the planks, touch the floor or drop a plank and the entire team must start again. Think smart and ensure you carry all your planks to the end of the Minefield.
Defuse the radioactive fuel rods by lowering them into the safety pipes. The entire team must be on the safety bases and no-one can touch the rods. Logic, communication, delegation and team work are the only ways to avoid radiation poisoning.
Split your team in two and take a bunker each. Replicate the Lego pattern exactly using the radios to communicate. Boards must match precisely to earn your clue.
Even the slightest movement could be deadly. Balance the platform for 10 seconds without using the back three planks or the middle three.
Towers of Hanoi
Restack the tyres on the far post. Bigger numbers cannot stack on smaller numbers. Only one tyre can be touched at a time. Breach the rules and start all over again.
All you have to do is transport the ball into the hole. But you cannot touch the ball, move with the ball and the ball always has to have forwards momentum. The ultimate test in speed and collaboration!
- Land Sports
- -Mission Impossible
- -Assault Course
- -Raft Rat Race
- -Bush Craft
- -Initiative Exercises
- -Mountain Biking
- -Mountain Walking
- -Team Development