Action-packed Scotland team-building Adventure for all abilities

Whether your team has done amazingly well and deserves an exciting reward, or you’re looking to instil great values and team-oriented ethos, you’ll find few locations better suited to a Scotland team-building adventure than Perthshire. Our region has all the majestic space and beauty of the Scottish Highlands, but its central location makes it surprisingly accessible from Scotland’s major airports, cities and all other points of entry. The relative nearness of all the highlights will maximise your time and budget, minimise your carbon footprint, and ensure a memorable and fun event that’s spoken of for years to come.

Unsurprisingly, Perthshire is also home to some excellent activity-focused suppliers, who can make planning your action-packed Scotland team-building adventure superbly simple – saving all your energy for having fun during your visit. Speaking of energy, your team will need plenty of time during the trip to rest and recharge, which is where Perthshire’s fabulous range of venues and accommodation providers will come in handy.

Here’s an itinerary to get your creative juices flowing…

Action-packed Scotland team-building Adventure: Day 1. 

  • Arrival into Glasgow Airport
  • Luxury coach from Glasgow Airport with a rest and refreshment stop in the historic town of Stirling, with its views of the Wallace Monument, and dramatic Castle, once home to Scotland’s Kings – a great introduction to Scotland for your team
  • After some stunning Perthshire scenery, arrival at the beautiful Crieff Hydro Hotel for check in and relaxation – wander the extensive grounds, or why not use the pool or spa?
  • Informal dinner at Crieff Hydro

Action-packed Scotland team-building Adventure: Day 2

  • Full Scottish breakfast at Crieff Hydro
  • A morning’s activities with the fabulous team at Crieff Hydro – with so many activities on offer, your group’s abilities and tastes can be fully catered for. Archery, fishing, trekking with alpacas, pony-trekking, or a treetop adventure complete with yelp-inducing zip wires are just a few of the options!
  • Pace yourself with a quieter afternoon, with a visit to Glenturret Distillery, to see Scotland’s ‘Water of Life’ being made at one of Scotland’s best-loved whisky distilleries, where the barley is still mashed by hand, enjoy lunch, and of course taste some of Glenturret’s delicious aged malts.
  • Dinner at the Murray Park Hotel, sister hotel to the Crieff Hydro

Action-packed Scotland team-building Adventure: Day 3

  • Full Scottish breakfast at Crieff Hydro
  • Luxury coach to Willowgate Activity Centre just outside Perth. Situated on the banks of the Tay, Willowgate offers a huge range of fun activities, including the ability to see the ‘Fair City’ of Perth from the water, via paddleboard or kayak. If this amazing experience is a little too aquatic, other activities like laster clay pigeon shooting, axe-throwing, or even wrestling in sumo suits can be organised.
  • Head to nearby Perth Racecourse for a delicious informal lunch courtesy of the expert foodies at Heritage Portfolio
  • Spill out on to the green expanses of the racecourse, for a mini Highland game event courtesy of expert event suppliers Scotland Corporate Events. Under their guidance, a fun and fiercely competitive Highland Games will ensue – with events suitable for all levels of fitness. Scotland Corporate Events with finish with a stunning falconry session featuring their unique white-tailed eagle
  • A short journey to luxury hotel Murrayshall Country Estate, and its exceptional ‘Eòlas’ restaurant for the last dinner of the trip. Awarded ‘Best Boutique Hotel Restaurant’ in the UK, in October 2022 and shortlisted for ‘Scotland’s Best Restaurant’ with The Scotsman in 2023, the restaurant showcases the very best of Highland produce.
  • Return to Crieff Hydro

Action-packed Scotland team-building Adventure: Day 4

  • Full Scottish breakfast at Crieff Hydro
  • Board the coach and head back to the airport – this time you’ll take a different route, taking in the stunning scenery of Loch Lomond – made famous by the song. You’ll stop for a pub lunch and be able to take photos of the ‘Bonnie Bonnie Banks’
  • Onward flights

Crieff Hydro Hotel


Mix work and play. Head out to the country for the day: fresh air, birdsong, archery.

You might actually want to do some work and, in that case, we’ve got everything you’ll need: Wi-Fi, notepads, litres of coffee – and space for 6 to 600 colleagues and delegates. Add some fun to your meeting, from cocktail-tasting to quad biking and everything in between.

Murrayshall Country Estate

Murrayshall Country Estate is ideally located in central Scotland just 3 miles from the city of Perth.

Murrayshall award winning dining
Murrayshall courtyard
Golf course at Murrayshall Hotel - part of our 3-day Scotland gold incentive sample itinerary
Murrayshall luxury accommodation
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