Escape the Rat Race for an Epic Group Wilderness Adventure

by Julie K. Trevelyan

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Work is an essential part of most people’s lives, and hopefully we have fulfilling work that adds depth and richness to our days. Co-workers, bosses, and employees make up a significant portion of our time on this planet. If you run a company—heck, if you run a family—and are committed to making it consist of a healthy team of people who smoothly pull together no matter how choppy the waves, consider booking a Holiday charter trip for key members. Getting your people out of their daily routine between four walls and into the beautiful outdoors can not only be a game-changer for the company’s overall dynamics and outlook enthusiasm, it can also be an incredibly positive life-changing event for some.

The benefits of a charter outdoor adventure for your specific group are nearly incalculable, but here are the top five:

P11200521. A relaxed atmosphere that encourages cooperative sharing

2. A new, different environment that can stir out-of-the-box thinking

3. A sense of team camaraderie on a more level playing field

4. A distinctive context that inspires, exhilarates, and refreshes you and your people

5. Physical, mental, and emotional reinvigoration from being in an astounding natural setting that is in marked contrast to the usual business locale

Reserving a charter river rafting trip or mountain biking excursion ensures your team will have a consolidated experience together without the distraction of unaffiliated group members. Holiday takes care of all the logistics, leaving you free to create specific group-bonding activities, focused company mission discussions, and hold them all in the most unfettered meeting space you’ll ever book: the gorgeous white sandy beaches of the West’s magnificent rivers or the stunning canyon overlooks of the most spectacular mountain biking trails. Book your charter trip with Holiday today and start planning a most unforgettable company or family retreat.

Julie-in-Spooky-Gulch-May-2011.2Written by Julie Trevelyan.

Julie is a freelance writer and wilderness guide in southern Utah. She especially enjoys books, coffee, yoga, wild country, horses, and dark chocolate.

See more of her work at www.wildgirlwriting.com

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