Why Estes Park Is the Best Spot for Your Corporate Retreat
1. Fantastic Change of Scenery
Nothing is better than getting away from the workplace and finding comfort in nature-inspired team-building, creativity, and relaxation. When your employees are in a beautiful location like Estes Park, it can re-energize and spark innovation. It also helps your staff look at challenges from a new perspective and promotes productivity and employee satisfaction.
During the fall and winter seasons, Estes Park is exceptionally beautiful. It’s a great time for your company retreat as peak summer traffic makes its way out of town.
High Peak Camp offers a unique mix of rustic and modern lodging and amenities with ample space for indoor group meetings. The beautiful Rockies surround the camp with spectacular views of the mountains from several locations of camp.
2. Excellent Accommodations
Your employees could stay at a traditional hotel, but where’s the fun and excitement in that? Tucked away in the Rockies, Estes Park is a breath of fresh mountain air without the distraction of big cities. If you decide to stay in one of High Peak Camp’s lodging options, we guarantee you will be immersed in all that the Rocky mountains have to offer.
Whether you have a small or relatively large group, we have comfy accommodation and a range of indoor meeting spaces available. In addition, our two-story mill building, chapel, coach stop, and lodge rooms offer plenty of space for indoor group meetings.
There are six trout ponds on the property, as well as several tranquil areas for your group to meet. You can take advantage of our excellent weather-proof indoor facilities and outdoor meeting areas that allow your group to enjoy spending time in the great outdoors
3. Team Building Activities
From hiking to wildlife scavenger hunts, there's no shortage of team-building activities in Estes Park. Hiking is a must-do activity during your company retreat, and the Rockies are well known for their outstanding routes.
Camp High Peak provides access to Rocky National Park and the various hiking trails on the property and nearby, including the popular and scenic 4.1-mile intermediate "out & back" Emerald Lake Trail. The hike takes you to beautiful locations such as Nymph, Dream, and Emerald Lakes. If you have the energy, finish the final extra mile around Bear Lake.
Whether you like to hike, fish, or go snowshoeing, Estes Park has plenty of opportunities and team-building activities for your retreat. In particular, High Peak Camp offers a wide range of outdoor activities on-site, including
- Countless hiking trails within the camp and nearby
- Plenty of trout ponds for fishing
- A climbing wall, zip line, and low ropes course
- An excellent disc golf course
- Fun team-building activities like BroomBall, Mini Golf, Gaga ball
- Numerous places to sit in view of the mountains
4. Downtown Estes Park, CO
For more than 100 years, Estes Park has drawn travelers due to its unique town, rich wildlife, and breathtaking scenery. Estes Park’s bustling downtown is filled with shops, boutiques, eateries, and galleries offering something for everyone.
There are plenty of things to do in downtown Estes Park including the Riverwalk, shopping at independently owned businesses, and admiring the rustic timber framing on the buildings, which is reminiscent of Estes Park’s homesteading era. While taking a stroll downtown, your employees can enjoy this mountain paradise and their time to recharge.
High Peak Camp in Estes Park, CO
High Peak Camp is a Christian camp operated by The Salvation Army Intermountain Division. If you want to show your appreciation to your employees while bonding in the great outdoors, a corporate retreat in Estes Park is the perfect destination. At High Peak Camp, we’d love to discuss with you more about how a retreat at our camp can benefit your staff.
For more information about corporate and other types of retreats at High Peak, please contact us today.