Team Building in the Snowdonia National Park

Team Building in the Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia is a fantastic location in Wales for any sort of team building programme, team awayday or corporate event that you may wish to participate in. Snowdonia is situated in an enviable position having the best of both worlds when it comes to scenic beauty and corporate commercial activity.

In today’s modern business world communication skills, leadership skills, self motivation, problem solving and teamworking are critical personal skill-sets that every business requires in order to thrive. This is the case with many of the businesses that we run team building events for in Snowdonia each year. The training programmes that we run each year allow participants to develop these skills so that general productivity, motivation and profitability of the organisation are increased.

Fire Events has a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise when it comes to designing, creating and implementing teambuilding courses, team awaydays, management development programs and corporate events around the UK. We were established in 1998 as a corporate development training company with our background being firmly rooted in the adventurous outdoor world. The team building events that we have run around Snowdonia and the UK since our incorporation have included events as diverse as family fun days, team away days, icebreaker exercises, conference energisers through to large sponsored charity events.

About Snowdonia

Snowdonia National Park, “Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri” in Welsh (Eryri means place of the eagles), is situated in north Wales, the third Park to be designated in 1951. Covering some 823 square miles, the Snowdonia National Park is the second-largest National Park after the Lake District.

The Landscape of Snowdonia National Park is dramatic and varied, with 37km/23 miles of coast line, mountains, high passes, craggy peaks, sheer precipices and cascading waterfalls, it contains over 100 glacial lakes, and woodlands of coniferous and broad-leaved trees, which cover 17% of the ground area.