For many visitors simply seeing a city function whilst under a bed of fresh snow is a breath of fresh air. Not only will you be able to enjoy the experience of playing in the snow, building igloos, sledging and team snowball fights but also be able to work as a team whilst playing a seasonal game of Curling.
With such exciting excursions to experience, the Travel Out There team will make sure you are fed and watered in style throughout your time. There would be no better way to celebrate the success of your company!
So what are you waiting for? Awake that inner child in you, that use to play in the snow for hours until your hands got red and numb, and rediscover the magic of snow with Travel Out There. This activity is available at most of our destinations!
Activities that we could include in your Olympic Experience include:
Now this is the real thing! Curling was actually a part of the first Winter Olympics in 1924 already,but then disappeared and didn’t have a comeback until 1988. This highly addictive sport makes for a perfect team building activity, so get ready to swipe and slide your day away! No idea how to curl? No problem, you will get a tutorial and a curling professor to help you get the hang of it!
The Riga bobsleigh drivers from the Latvian National Bobsleigh team have teamed up with Travel Out There to run you off the edge and down a thrilling world championship bobsleigh track, located in Sigulda. Prepare to hurtle down the Riga bobsleigh track at over 100 km/h for a high intensity bobsleigh ride in Riga that will simply blow you away!!
Available in more of our eastern Destinations where snow is guaranteed.
Snowball Biathlon Just like the real thing, but without riffles and skis! Ok, so not really like the real thing – but we guarantee it’s a lot more fun! You get a set of snowballs, there are a bunch of targets set up within running distance from each other. Whoever finishes first and hits the most targets wins. Ready, set, GO!
Freestyle Sleighing and Sleigh Jumping Put on your helmet and head out for some freestyle sleighing. Fly over jumps, try spinning around, see who can go the fastest or the furthest. Only your imagination, and our safety instructions, can stop you!
Speed Igloo building Not a part of the original Winter Olympics program, but this sure is a skill that will always come in handy! Building an igloo is not that hard, but it does require good team work, creativity and technical thinking. Who will finish first and which one is the better built? Only time will tell!
Snowball fight Although not a real Olympic Games sport, it ought to be! This is like the most fun thing you can do with snow. Split up in two teams, build your trench or protection wall and start! The team that manages to hit everyone in the other team first wins. Snowball fight!