Nothing ignites enthusiasm and motivation more than play. It also awakens fantasy, and fantasy creates adventures. The amazing mountain world of South Tyrol is going to be our playground, and nature our best teacher. Our programme coaches will unobtrusively teach your students important values and social skills.
All our programmes (team training, high rope course, mountain biking, climbing, geocoaching) are adaptable for different age groups and are offered all year round.
Get rid of your dog-eat-dog philosophy and ready for togetherness. Our adventure programme aims at enhancing students' ability to work in a team, their helpfulness and mutual consideration. The high rope course invites students on an adventure, and the tasks which need to be accomplished require them to work together, communicate, and trust each other. Only teams as thick as thieves will be able to achieve their goal.
We will reach the castle by bike, walk inside and into the tower, climb its stairs, and leave it on a climbing rope. This extraordinary triathlon is not only an adventurous sports challenge - it also allows your students to dive into the exciting history of the Dark Ages. The best part, however, is the rappelling manoeuvre down from the tower - dizzying but absolutely safe! The 40-metre abseiling manoeuvre from the castle keep happens under the watchful eyes of our guides and with the safest equipment available.
Exploring the fantastic alpine world of the Ahrntal valley in South Tyrol by mountain bike is a great experience for students. On our tour we will be enjoying the views of the fascinating glaciers of the Zillertal Alps. Furthermore, participants will get to see and try out our purpose-built Kreaktiv mountain bike training area. Our certified MTB guides will give useful tips for improving your biking techniques. This offer is instructive and good fun. Don't miss out on it!
Team experience including adventurous outdoor education
Cooperation and communicative skills are highly important qualities. They are indicators of emotional intelligence. The aim of this half-day offer is to stir and further these skills. We will turn South Tyrol's incomparable nature into our outdoor seminar room, and will use the plainest means as our tools. Exciting experiential games and activities will fill the hours spent together.
Going for a walk is not particularly difficult; we all know how to take a stroll. Finding one's way, locating things, and orientating oneself however poses some difficulties to most people. Well-equipped with GPS and maps, your students will start off into nature in small groups. Who will take on responsibility for what? Who will assert himself/herself and take over the group? Who will be able to do best, and which team will be able to cross the finish line first?
Who knows how to knot a figure-of-eight loop? Do you understand the different terms referring to particular moves and techniques on the wall? Can you do a proper and safe abseiling manoeuvre? Nature is the best teacher when it comes to learning rock climbing the proper way. In our climbing parks, groups can try out rock climbing on routes offering different levels of difficulty, always under the watchful eyes of our mountain guides.
There is not always a bridge when we need to get to the other side. So we build one to cross a gorge. Or we build an aerial runway. For this project, creativity, resourcefulness and, most of all, teamwork are required. Without these skills, succeeding is impossible. In the end, there will be only one question left: Who's going first?