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Escape The Blizzard

Can your team work together successfully to Escape the Blizzard?


Escape the Blizzard is an immersive and engaging remote team building winter wilderness survival challenge.

What is Escape The Blizzard?

Come on a journey with your team into another place and time to use practical skills, solve wilderness trivia, take part in on theme photos and active challenges to get off the mountain.

The team that plays together, survives together. The storyline of Escape the Blizzard begins at a company retreat in a warm cosy mountain log cabin. Suddenly, the retreat is interrupted by an incoming storm alert.  They will be snowed in within a matter of hours without power!

To survive, teams must head out.  Along the way, they are confronted with a series of winter wilderness survival challenges including knot tying, identifying animal tracks, first aid,  mountain awareness and more.

How does it help your team?

Escape the Blizzard has been specifically designed to compel team members to collaborate.

Each individual may hold part of the question or solution and only by working together can they arrive at the correct answer.

The immersive theme and engaging challenges promote discussion giving opportunity for storytelling of past experiences, creating the space for team members to get to know each other on a new and genuine level.

As the challenges are focused on real-life basic survival skills, players will complete the game with an increased knowledge of surviving in the wilderness.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Compels Collaboratione
  • Encourages Infomation Sharing
  • Enhances Listening Skills
  • Promotes Agile Thinking

Does Escape The Blizzard fit your team?

Escape the Blizzard Team Building Package Info

Contact us via the button below for more information on the Escape The Blizzard or any of our other virtual team building activities. Orangeworks also offers a wide range of energisers and icebreakers for remote teams – perfect for your next online conference or meeting.