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Take Teambuilding to New Heights in Westchester

Some of the most important group work happens outside the meeting room. Westchester abounds in opportunities for shared adventures that can strengthen relationships between colleagues and build better teams.Send them on a scavenger hunt through the streets of Rye with Watson Adventures. Try a group curling lesson at Ardsley Curling Club. Charter the 106-foot sloop Clearwater, America’s environmental flagship, for a sailing adventure on the Hudson. Take a hike along miles of wooded trails at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation or, for a bigger challenge, ascend Anthony’s Nose, where your group will be rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of the Hudson River from the peak.

More great teambuilding ideas:

Boundless Adventures
Climb, swing and zip your way to a culture of trust with an outdoor aerial adventure tailored to your group’s needs. Boundless Adventures features 11 obstacle courses for all levels of experience. (Purchase)

Captain Lawrence Brewing Company
Treat the team to a guided tour of the Hudson Valley’s largest craft brewery, then sample award-winning beers paired with small bites. (Elmsford)

Empire City Casino by MGM Resorts
Try your luck with 5,300 slot machines, electronic craps, blackjack and baccarat, or bet on live harness racing year-round. Then toast your group’s good fortune at the Tequila Bar with 90 rare tequilas and mezcals or a group dining experience at Dan Rooney’s Sports Pub or Nonno’s Trattoria. (Yonkers)

Funtime Amusements 
Rent arcade, carnival and casino games, mini golf, karaoke and more, set up at your event location.

Grand Prix New York Racing/Spins Bowl
Race around two indoor, quarter-mile go-kart tracks or host a team bowling tournament, then replenish at FUEL restaurant overlooking the action. (Mount Kisco)

Experience the thrill of indoor skydiving followed by a catered celebration in a dedicated event space. (Yonkers)

The Rock Club
Ascend a 40-foot climbing wall with scores of possible routes for all skill levels, from easy to extreme. There’s a fully enclosed mini-wall and observation deck, plus flexible function rooms. (New Rochelle)

Sound Shore Distillery
Take a behind-the-scenes tour followed by tasting flights of the distillery’s small-batch vodka and whiskey. (Mamaroneck)

Spins Hudson at Factoria
Tackle an aerial ropes course with 70 elements to overcome on the way to the 50-foot-high top, plus laser tag, virtual reality gaming and axe throwing. (Peekskill)