If you’re looking for a unique and exciting way to build teamwork within your company, a corporate scavenger hunt is a great option. Canada is home to some fantastic cities that are perfect for this activity.
In this post, we’ll be exploring the 7 best Canadian locations for corporate scavenger hunts and why they’re the perfect activity for corporate team building.
Downtown Toronto‘s PATH system makes it a perfect location for a weatherproof scavenger hunt. The downtown area is home to much public art, interesting architecture and historical information. With under-rated spots like Union Station and the Royal York Hotel and other hidden gems, your team is sure to have an unforgettable experience in the city. Toronto also has alternative locations such as the Distillery District, UofT, Bloor-Yorkville, the Old Mill area and more.
Montreal is a beautiful city with a rich history, and our downtown scavenger hunt is weatherproof thanks to the RESO – a connected set of underground tunnels in the downtown area. As an alternative, the most popular scavenger hunt location in Montreal is the city’s Old Montreal area, with cobbled streets and beautiful architecture.
Calgary’s +15 walkways make it an ideal location for a weatherproof scavenger hunt. The city’s street grid is also easy to navigate, making it easy to explore and plan a scavenger hunt route. Calgary’s downtown is full of modern architecture and public art, providing a unique backdrop for your scavenger hunt.
Vancouver is one of the world’s most beautiful cities, with stunning views of the ocean and mountains. The scavenger hunt takes place in the heart of downtown, providing a unique urban experience with natural beauty as a backdrop. The city contains a whole host of Olympic landmarks, cultural and urban art, interesting architecture and great spots for photos ops making our Vancouver scavenger hunt a memorable experience.
Quebec City is a beautiful and historic city with plenty of great scavenger hunt content. From the stunning Chateau Frontenac to the winding streets of the Old City, there are plenty of hidden gems to explore. With a wide range of restaurants and cafes, your team can also enjoy some fantastic local cuisine along the way.
Halifax is a very walkable city with fair weather and a safe environment. The city’s historic waterfront provides a great backdrop for a scavenger hunt, and your teams will visit such locations as The Citadel, The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, St. Paul’s Church, The Grand Parade, and City Hall, to name just a few.
Whistler is a car-free zone, making it the perfect location for a walking scavenger hunt. The town has a unique Olympic theme affording your team a unique view into some of the happenings of the historic 2010 Olympic Games.
Canada has plenty of fantastic locations for a corporate scavenger hunt. Whether you’re looking for a historic city with beautiful architecture or a modern urban environment, you are sure to be in good hands with Scavenger Hunt Anywhere.