Checkpoint Challenge

Orienteering, testing team activities and fun clues combined!

Checkpoint Challenge is a fantastic combination of conventional orienteering and a fun outdoor treasure hunt – ideal for a country house estate location. With challenges ranging from traditional problem solving to exhilarating outdoor pursuits, there is something for everyone in this fast- paced treasure trail. Checkpoint Challenge is a great activity to get your team outdoors and is tailor-made to include activities to suit your requirements.

Event Details

Group Size:
20+
Venue:
Outdoor
Time:
2h - 3h
Price Guide:
£2450+
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Checkpoint Challenge

A fantastic combination of conventional orienteering and a fun outdoor treasure hunt.

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How it works

Teams navigate from one checkpoint to another, completing as many hilarious scavenge and photo clues as they can along the way. With a challenge to complete at each checkpoint, teams compete against the clock and one other to earn the most points. Choose from a wide variety of team building activities to tailor the event to suit your team.

Who it’s for

Checkpoint Challenge is ideal if you’d like a mix of indoor and outdoor, cerebral and physical, and traditional as well as more quirky team building challenges to suit a range of personalities and interests. It can be adapted to start with an energiser and/or conclude with a whole team finale to encourage both competition and collaboration. Option to incorporate into the event format our GPS-enabled Mobile Adventures app, and our fleet of iPad minis.

 

 

The Benefits

This treasure hunt style event highlights the importance of team efficiency while encouraging participants to interact with one another in a fun way and promoting healthy team competition.

Works well to improve

  • Communication and cooperation between colleagues
  • Awareness of group strengths and weaknesses
  • Positive interaction
  • Time management