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Innovative Employee Wellness Programs in Colorado’s Workplaces

Colorado workplaces have access to innovative employee wellness programs. The state’s natural landscapes are perfect for outdoor team-building retreats.

Tailoring employee wellness programs to the unique challenges of Colorado’s workplaces supports engagement, productivity, and collaboration. As a result, job satisfaction, employee morale, and attraction and retention rates increase. These factors help elevate the bottom line.

Choose among these innovative employee wellness programs to benefit your Colorado workplace.

Plan an Outdoor Colorado Adventure for Your Employees

Connections Team Building and Training coordinates a Western roundup complete with Cowboy Olympics. Cowpokes of any experience level can participate in activities such as milking cows, roping steers, competing in archery and hatchet throwing, riding bulls, and panning for gold. The roundup can take place at Spruce Mountain Ranch, Crooked Willow Farms, Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa, or Deer Creek Valley Ranch.

Located at Vance Brand Airport in Longmont, Mile-Hi Skydiving Center is Colorado’s largest skydiving facility. The facility has one of the largest fleets of full-time twin-engine jet-prop aircraft. The center offers groups some of the best views of the Rocky Mountains when jumping from up to 18,000 feet above sea level.

Glenwood Adventure Company offers diverse guided tours on a private 5,500-acre ranch next to the Colorado River in the Glenwood Springs area. All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), Segways, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), kayaking, bicycling, fishing, and geocaching are among the activities offered.

Organize a Brain-Building Colorado Adventure for Your Employees

Connections Team Building & Training offers scavenger hunts in Denver, Vail, Aspen, and other Colorado cities. Enjoy the fresh air while exploring the city’s most iconic spots.

Visit Grand Junction provides unique opportunities to experience the local orchards through the senses. Each team of two has one person blindfolded and led through local attractions to identify products in different categories:

  • Alpaca fur, grapes stomped in a wine barrel, a dinosaur bone, or a mountain bike tire might be in the “touch” category.
  • Lavender or locally produced beer or hay could be in the “smell” category.
  • Savoring and identifying fruit grown in the area, infused olive oils, or local Enstrom almond toffee might be in the “taste” category.
  • Identifying photos of local attractions or a word puzzle could be included in the “sight” category.

The team with the most points wins.

Schedule an Ice-Based Colorado Adventure for Your Employees

The Ultimate Ice Breaker program from CBST Adventures involves a master ice sculptor carving a block of ice into a masterpiece. Then, teams carve a miniature ice block for the group to judge. An emcee, light show, music, and food and beverages from a host mountain hotel with vast patio space can be added. The hotels include The Arrabelle and Vail Square, The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain, Keystone Lodge and Spa, and Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center in Breckenridge.

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