• The ColourBlind Activity

    Here’s a great team challenge for illustrating the need for effective leadership, good planning, and a little patience. ColourBlind Have the group sit down and put on blindfolds. Explain the objective and rules of the activity – answer any questions. pass out items – I use 5 sets of 5 wooden toys, with 3 or […]

  • PDFs

    Basic Itineraries What to Wear Liability Waivers, etc. Here you will find a variety of downloadable forms to help you prepare for your teambuilding or adventure instruction program. Please feel free to contact us with questions, or if you are having trouble with your downloads. Thanks again, and we look forward to working with your […]

  • Build Trust in 20 Minutes or Less

    As a teambuilding facilitator, I am constantly asking my clients, “what are your goals and expectations for your teambuilding experience.”  Almost without fail, the answer is “increased trust between the members of our team.” Building a foundation of trust has lasting benefit, long beyond the teambuilding experience.  Trust leads to cohesion, cohesion leads to an […]

  • Gift Certificate For Adventure

    This Winter Treat Someone Special to an Adventure! Adventure Gift Certificates are available in a variety of denominations: Choose from $20, $25, $40, $50, $95, $200, $380 and up! Private Guiding – Valued at $200, this certificate entitles the bearer to a one-day privately guided course, to take your skills to the next level. Courses […]

  • In the Works

    Recently, I have started reaching out to other organizations in the Washington, DC, area that may offer activities, events, and resources that are in-line with the values of GO-Adventures.  The goal of building relationships with these other folks is to combine our skills and program offerings to bring clients new and memorable experiences. Here are […]

  • Team Building Activity of the Month

    Here’s an Activity You Can Try… From time to time we highlight a team building game or problem-solving initiative that has been particularly successful, popular, or just plain fun. These activities are easy to set up, take very little skill or experience, and require little or no specialized equipment. If you try an activity and […]