Why Amazing Elora Race is Our Most Popular Corporate Team Building Program
ONE AXE Pursuits has offered leading outdoor team building activities and programs over the last twenty years: Amazing Elora Race, Adventure Team Challenge and Mission Impossible.
Each program is unique and it is sometimes difficult to choose which one is best for team development and team bonding. (We wrote a blog post to help you select the perfect program for your team!).
Over the past two decades, the most popular program chosen by human resource personnel and event planners is our Amazing Elora Race program.
Why is that?
One reason would be that it was inspired by the Amazing Race show so it is a program that people can imagine based on what they have seen on television. This helps to visualize the race and how it would work.
The other reason this program is popular is that it allows for team members with varying skills to work together. In one corporate team, there may be adventurous types who would love to zipline or rappel while there may be others who are food adventurous and can take on the food challenge. Other corporate team members may be better at puzzles or crosswords while others are great at being the team organizer or help to keep morale high.
The Amazing Elora Race allows for corporate teams of mixed ability to do well in the program and work together which really helps natural team bonding in real situations where they need to make decisions and think quickly.
Finally, the price point of the Amazing Elora Race is another factor because it is so customizable. Races start at $225 per person for a two-hour race and then increase with added clues and adventure stations. A corporate team building facilitator can be added to ensure team development and learning as well as corporate debriefing opportunities post-race. Event space can be accommodated at the Elora Mill for up to 200 people. You may also add professional photography, videography and catering. And if you are like one team we had, you can even add helicopters and lamborghinis!