Outdoor Team Building in Berkshire – Bushcraft at Sunningdale Park, Ascot

The recent Channel 4 series The Island saw a group of men being left on a desert island to fend for themselves for 13 weeks, finding their own food and water and building their own shelters. The series proved a runaway hit, with applications for the second series reaching 40,000 in a single day.

With our outdoor survival events it’s possible to experience some of the same situations without taking your team to an island in the pacific! It’s easier than you might think – many conference venues and hotels are situated in acres of woodland, allowing us to create completely immersive survival experiences as part of your away day.

We were recently at the beautiful Sunningdale Park in Ascot to run our Bushcraft event, a great introduction into the world of wilderness survival.

Outdoor Team Building - Bushcraft

Teams are taken back to basics and taught aspects of wilderness survival, including how to make a fire, how to construct a shelter and even how to hunt for food!

Each survival event is tailored to the specific needs and interests of our client, and can take the form of a light, informative and educational afternoon or a more robust survival programme – even including an overnight stay in the woods!

Our outdoor survival events are a great way to break down barriers and forge bonds within your team, as together they experience a paradigm shift in perspective and a true appreciation for both nature and the comforts we enjoy every day.

Take a closer look at our Bushcraft event or The Islanders, an event inspired by the Channel 4 show, or just give our team a call on 0845 006 0606 to discus your requirements.

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