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Try Tipis for Tent Talks, Lounging & Lodging

For engage14! Bachelor Gulch at The Ritz- Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, Denver-based Eclectic Hive collaborated with partners to create an eye-popping tipi village in the gondola and lawn area of this Beaver Creek property. The tipis were used for tent talks with guest speakers and as lounges for an evening party. Eclectic Hive outfitted the tipis with lounge furniture, but they can be outfitted to sleep four to six for retreats.

Denver's Museums & Gardens Provide Fun Oppotunities for Groups

These fun options provide opportunities for smaller groups to join in or perhaps larger groups can ask for something similar.

Denver Art Museum
Untitled Final Fridays, February - October, 6-10 p.m

DAM’s monthly late night program features workshops, performances and tours with a twist. For example, on July 29, gather a crew and band together for a night of synchronized moves and creative collaborations. On Sept. 30, it’s all about dance, photography and artworks expressing time.

Five Western Slope Hikes Paired with Local Liquids

Many groups like to meet in the mornings and schedule team-building activities like golf, horseback riding, fishing and more in the afternoon. In the Grand Junction, Palisade and Fruita area on the Western Slope of Colorado, there is a fun option of happy hour hiking, a great way to combine getting outdoors with sampling local beer, wine and spirits and possibly capping off the outing with dinner. 

Adventure & Libation Pairing Provides Unique Group Experiences

We’ve all heard about food/wine and food/beer pairings, but adventure and libation pairings? With more than 300 breweries, 72 distilleries and 130 commercial wineries, an outdoor-crazy state like Colorado has great ways for groups to combine action and relaxation during breaks from meetings or as part of an incentive trip itinerary. Check out a few of the options from around the state.


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