Denver is one of those cities that is going through some major transformations in the downtown areas! One of the interesting challenge with running a nationwide team building game is to keep pace with a city as buildings, parks, and artwork cycle in to the local scene.
Over the summer the entire family had the opportunity to spend some time in Denver. During the visit we were able to recharge the course back up to 50 outbreak so there is plenty of variety for all of our team building groups.
This is where we grew up and it is amazing to see how fast the city is changing (in all the right ways). I should probably call out that in this photo the boy is eating some bizarre canister of candy… it looks a bit too much like he is smoking something in this photo!
The starting line for the team building game is in Writer Square which received some beautiful renovations in recent years. This is the point where teams start their quest in our Denver game.
This is the view from Writer Square in Denver. The Daniels and Fisher Tower is on the right.
While exploring the city, we’re always on the lookout for new clues to build into the course. Works of art, number sequences, historic markers, and even everyday items to build a fun game in a compact area.
Interesting secrets for a scavenger hunt are hiding everywhere in Denver. This painting is on the ceiling of an alleyway near Larimer Square.