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Activity : Build a Rollercoaster

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Highlights of the team building activity

  • Duration: Approx. 2-3 hours
  • Location: Nationwide
  • All Rollercoaster equipment is included
  • Event management & instruction
  • Group Size: 10-450

The challenge is for teams to work together to design and build a rollercoaster which transports a football along its entire length propelled only by gravity!
The ball must roll unaided from the start to the end of your rollercoaster. Bonus points for unnecessarily engineering jumps, twists or even a loop the loop into the crazy structure.
Our Rollercoaster challenge is a great event for groups of all sizes but with a huge group the event becomes quite a spectacle.

You will need plenty of space; it is surprising how quickly the structures grows. This event quickly combines the logical and creative strengths of participants in a massive coordinated team building
challenge that is fantastic fun.

The group will be split into teams; each team is tasked with building a section of the track and given all the materials they’ll need to build an
engineering wonder. Teams need to be organised and communicate well to ensure their individual sections line up for a seamless transition. Bonus points are awarded for 'design flourishes'; can you succeed where many have
failed and complete a loop the loop?!

Once complete, your group is allowed one test run where they can make any changes before the Grand Finale.
This event provides great team building – this exercise is good fun with elements of planning, communication and creativity. This is also available as an outdoor event.

Previous attendees have said:

"The Rollercoaster Challenge was great! Everyone really enjoyed it and I’ve had a lot of people comment on how fun it was. I think everyone appreciated the fact that the ‘teams’ were working together rather than competing against each other"