Strengthen your team and strengthen your business
Everything from full on mountain challenges to outdoor team building activities to lighten your conference meeting – we have a team challenge event for you. Our team building activities and adventures can be designed to meet your needs and your brief. Full support is offered all the way to make your life easier. It’s a very simple recipe and one we’re good at.
Less off the peg and more tailor made
When people approach us we pride ourselves on learning exactly what it is they want. We want to offer an engaging task for your team that meets the brief exactly. When you first make your enquiry, you can expect us to ask questions like: What is your aim? How many people? What’s their background? What sort of experience do they come with? How much time have you available? So rather than bombard you with a list of activities that we like delivering, first, we work out what best works for you and your team and from there we come up with a suggestion (plus 2 or 3 other options for good measure too!)
Team Building Activities / Charity Challenge Events
From challenge treks in Snowdonia and Yorkshire to summiting North Africa’s highest mountain in a long weekend, we are confident that our fine selection of team challenge events and team building activities and adventures are varied and imaginative enough to meet your needs. We can help arrange as little or as much as you like keeping it as simple and as affordable as you prefer. We take pride that our challenges are:
- Something to cater for all abilities offering activities that can fill 2 hours of your day to 2 weeks of your life!
- Genuinely engaging
- Supported and open ended – thus allowing options for all abilities
Peak District Climbing Challenge – 10 climbs, in 10 miles, in 10 hours
Can you climb 10 routes in 10 miles inside just 10 hours? Here’s your chance to try!? Join us for this excellent Peak District challenge and mini-adventure. No previous experience is necessary. We will provide all the kit, expertise and plenty of encouragement!
The Yorkshire Three Peaks – The Classic Yorkshire Dales’ Challenge Walk
Walk Yorkshire’s three highest peaks set within a 25Km route made all the more challenging with around 1000m of height gain. This challenge is ideal for all abilities since easy escape allows people to drop out at various points through the day.
Brecon Beacons – The Ten Peaks Challenge
Summit ten Welsh hill tops inside ten hours. With a little more than 20 miles to cover with a healthy 2000m of ascent this team challenge event will be a tough nut to crack. Shorter options are available.
Marsden to Edale – Tough Trans-Pennine Walk
This is a twenty five mile trek crossing some of the Peak District’s most treacherous terrain. Frequent road crossings allow the flexibility for the route to be cut short if need be: a support vehicle will be on call to pick up anyone struggling to do the distance.
Jebel Toubkal – Morocco – North Africa’s Highest Summit … In one (long) weekend!
Jebel Toubkal at 4167m is North Africa’s highest mountain. It lies within Morocco’s High Atlas and as such any trip to conquer this summit also offers an intoxicating mix of Arabian culture with an adventure that is both challenging and realistically achievable. Friday you fly in to Marrakech, Saturday we walk to base camp, Sunday we summit, and Monday we fly home – complete with big smiles!
The High Peaks Fifty – Peak District test of endurance
This is a fifty mile walk that winds its way through some of the Peak District’s most beautiful and enchanting scenery – from Sheffield to Bakewell … and back! The challenge is to complete the route inside the space of one day! However 50 miles is only the target distance – wherever people need to stop they may do so and then be picked up and returned to the start point.
Alternatively – hike 50Km inside 12 hours. A wonderful tour of the White Peak and with 1500m of height gain sewn in to this challenging hike this is not an option to be taken lightly!
The Lake District 4 Peaks Challenge
England’s four highest mountains all nestle in the Lake District. Here’s your chance to bag them all in a weekend over two tough days. Day 1 sees us to the summits of Scafell Pike and Scafell. And on the second day we finish the challenge with an ascent of Helvellyn followed by Skiddaw.
The Welsh 3000s
– The King of Challenges – Snowdonia, Wales Fifteen Welsh Mountains spanning 34 miles, 14,000 feet of ascent and all inside … 1 day. This is up there as possibly the toughest undertaking you’ll ever sign up for – beware! Possibly it is also one of Britain’s toughest 24 hour challenge walks requiring fitness, stamina and a certain kind of mindset: it makes the “Three Peaks” a mere training exercise for the boys. An alternative to make this slightly more palatable is to go light and attempt this over two or three days – still a tough nut to crack nonetheless!
The Cairn Gorm 4000s – Scotland
The Cairngorm 4000’s: Trek five peaks in the remote Cairngorm mountain range of Eastern Scotland near Aviemore – Cairn Gorm, Ben Mac Dui, Braeriach, Cairntoul and Angel’s Peak. A chair lift to our first summit will not take the edge from this mountain challenge which takes place over two days with one night of wild camping. Good fitness is required to carry yourself plus your kit over the distance and tough Scottish terrain.
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Team Challenge Events Notes
- All events are priced per person for groups of 10 + participants.
- Events can be organized for groups of all sizes from 5 to 100. Prices will be adjusted accordingly.
- Prices quoted do not include inter-city travel nor accommodation (unless stated). These can be organised and quoted for on request.
Where necessary / requested, team challenge events include:
- Event support vehicles
- Feeding en route
- Transport to and from start and finish points
- Walking group leaders per ten walkers
- Full risk assessment
- Full assistance with booking local accommodation
The Three Peaks
You may be thinking about doing the Three Peaks Challenge. We don’t do this challenge for various reasons. With around 900 miles of driving it’s not environmentally ethical; the locals in the local villages get fed up with all the noise at all hours (and with the toilet waste); and quite honestly trotting up hills by the most unimaginative routes with hundreds of others can rarely be described as adventurous, fun or exhilarating . . . we prefer to offer fund raising ideas that are truly challenging and imaginative whilst being responsible. Give us a call if you want us to offer you some ideas!