Team Challenge Days
All of our team challenge days are adapted to the group’s age range and ability, physical fitness and activity preference.
Each team member will receive a certificate and we can also organise a podium, photo shoot and medals or trophies.
Part of our popular Hadrian’s Wall Challenge is Orienteering, Archery and Rock Climbing – this can be added to by including Mountain Biking and Problem Solving. It hall takes place along Hadrian’s Wall – a scenic route steeped in history with breath taking views across Northumberland and into the Boarders. This is usually set up as a “one full day” challenge.
This challenge can be organised as a half day, full day or 2 day competition. Teams should have between 4 and 12 members, with a maximum of 60 participants, minimum of 20. Activities for the Deneholme Challenge can include: High Ropes, Orienteering, Photo Hunt, Archery, Mountain Biking, Ghyll Scrambling and several Problem Solving Initiative Tasks.
Our Sweethope Challenge can be a half, full or two day (camping) challenge. Activities usually include a canoeing treasure hunt, a raft building race, an archery competition, several problem solving tasks and orienteering around the loughs. We can also add a mountain biking treck, rock climbing, weaseling and abseiling into the mix – all set in the beautiful North Northumbrian Moors.
Thank you so much for organising another fantastic team challenge day for our sixth form! Your staff were fiendly, professional and very knowledgeable, Deneholme was as tranquil as ever and the equipment so much better than in any other outdoor center. Keep up the good work! We are already planning next year’s challenge, see you then.–Dave Johnson, Benfield School
Please contact us with your team size, age range, school/university/college/academy name, preferred challenge & activities and the date you are looking to organise the challenge for. We will then get a quote sheet and all the relevant paper work and health & safety information across to you. We are also more than happy to organise a site visit to any of the Challenge sites.