You and your team are on an exciting skiing trip when things suddenly take a deadly turn. An avalanche hits and in the aftermath, a body has been discovered in the snow…
Using the interactive map, it’s up to you and your fellow detectives to scour the chalet for evidence and liaise with the witnesses to discover what happened when the avalanche hit. You’ll need to look out for hidden clues and rule out suspects to aid your investigation as you go! Remember, everyone is a suspect as you try to figure out who could have done such a thing!
With the clock ticking and the case on thin ice, you must work together to piece together what happened and uncover the cold-blooded killer before it’s too late!
How is this activity run?
This activity is one of our Remote Hosted events and will be run from start to finish by one of our experienced remote facilitators via video link (Zoom is our preference but we can use other platforms too).
For this event, we will have one event host/facilitator for every 50 participants. They will remain on your call for the duration of the event to make sure everything runs smoothly and answer any questions participants may have.
This activity can be run as a face-to-face, virtual or hybrid event, depending on your preference.
Face to Face – The face-to-face option allows everyone to enjoy a fun and engaging team building activity, ‘face to face’ with their colleagues rather than via Zoom. Your event facilitator will still deliver a high energy remote briefing and results session via video link, manage the teams, and be available throughout your activity to ensure everything runs smoothly.
Virtual – Running this team building activity virtually, all participants can dial into the Zoom call from wherever they are, whether it’s at home or in the office, in the UK or abroad. Your dedicated event facilitator will welcome guests, deliver your event briefing remotely, split the group into teams, and run your event from start to finish. At the end of the activity, your facilitator will announce the results and ‘wrap up’.
Hybrid – With some physical ‘in person’ teams taking part from the office or a venue, and some ‘virtual’ teams dialling in from home or elsewhere, the hybrid solution is a great way to get everyone involved in your event, even if they can’t be there in the flesh. Just like the virtual option, your event facilitator will brief everyone via video link, arrange the teams, and run everything from start to finish.