Teambuilding & Problem Solving

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​All activities can be run as part of a team building event or a specific programme can be put together for your group to teach them to work together, to be tolerant and have an understanding of others.   
 
 Our instructors will challenge you and your group with scenarios and obstacles designed to test your Problem Solving ability and your Teamwork.  Feedback is given after each activity, and we hope that progress can be seen and problems are solved. By the end of a session your group will have learned to work together to achieve a common goal.
We have a variety of mobile obstacles, exercise stations and other outdoor activities readily available for your team building day! 

"GREAT ACTIVITIES FOR TEAMBUILDING"

Teambuilding Land Games
The action or process of causing a group of people to work together effectively as a team, especially by means of activities and events designed to increase motivation and promote cooperation.
Problem Solving Tasks
The process of finding solutions to difficult or complex issues.
Leadership Exercises
The action of leading a group of people or an organisation. Develop your skills to become a leader.
Axe Throwing
Experience the thrill and satisfaction of throwing an Angel, Tomahawk and Knife in a safe outdoor environment!
Archery Shoot Out
Learn how to shoot with a bow and arrows at a target, play games and have fun!
Raftbuilding Challenge
Working as part of a team, your challenge is to build a floating raft, from logs and barrels. The rafts come in all shapes and sizes, use your creativity to create a masterpiece.
Kayaking Relays
Teams will get the chance to race against each other on sit-on-top kayaks, after learning about the key skills and techniques needed to pick up speed.
Paddleboarding River Nene
Propelling oneself (or a group of people on a board) through the water with a paddle exploring different waters!
Cycle Rutland Water
This requires endurance, core strength and balance, bike handling skills and self-reliance. Can you bike around Rutland Water?
Orienteering Competition
A competitive sport in which participants have to find their way across terrain with the aid of a map and compass.

This activity can also be done with Mountain Bikes.
Hiking
How about taking a long walk through the beautiful countryside. Accompanied by a walking guide, you can explore more of the great outdoors.
Low Ropes
Low ropes challenges are structured activities that are literally low-to-the-ground. They are purposefully geared towards teambuilding. A group can participate together in these activities or individually. Safety and spotting techniques are utilised by all participants.
High Ropes
High ropes challenges are exhilarating activities that are literally high-above-the-ground. These activities are geared towards individual challenges, but encouraging words from team mates are always appreciated. Trained facilitators and leaders will guide groups through the high ropes elements.
Sailing
Learn how to become a competent helm and crew. Dinghy and Windsurfing also available.
Rock Climbing
Half & full day packages available in the Peak District. Learn how to Climb and Abseil in a safe environment.
Mobile Climbing Wall
Perfect for an introduction into climbing and belaying, you can have a go on a portable climbing wall, which is 7.3m (24ft) high.
Bushcraft
Our exciting Bushcraft sessions and challenges are geared to help you get back to basics whilst also enjoying the natural environment.
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Rutland Water | River Nene | UK

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Low Ropes

Low ropes challenges are structured activities that are literally low-to-the-ground. They are purposefully geared towards teambuilding. A group can participate together in these activities or individually. Safety and spotting techniques are utilised by all participants.

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