All together now: Unique group activities in Vancouver

Whether you're looking for a unique team-building exercise for your workplace or something a little different for your next birthday party activity or family reunion, these creative and fun organized group events will have you bonding in no time.

The Waldorf Hotel

1489 Hastings St E, Vancouver, BC V5L 1S4

The Waldorf’s monthly Simpsons trivia night dives into questions from seasons one through nine of this long-running, incredibly influential and well-loved animated TV series. Here’s your chance to show off your Simpsons knowledge, watch some great episodes and enjoy a pint with friends. Located in the infamous Tiki Bar at the Waldorf Hotel, your group will be hissing “Excellent!” at each other in your best Monty Burns voices.

The Dirty Apron Cooking School & Delicatessen

540 Beatty St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2L3

The Dirty Apron adds delicious competition into your group activity. Your group will be split into teams and complete a cooking challenge that’s known for its competitive edge and is designed to get you and your team thinking and working together. Teams go up against each other to see who can prepare the best dishes while racing against the clock.

Northland At Grouse LP

6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4K9

As any respectable Vancouverite knows, group bonding is all about getting sweaty in the great outdoors — hiking The Grind does just that. During the summer months, you can challenge your group with this intense and infamous hike up to the beautiful viewpoints, and during winter, ride the gondola up and ice skate, ski or snowboard on the mountaintop overlooking the city.

Extreme Air Park

14380 Triangle Rd, Richmond, BC V6W 1B1

This indoor trampoline park has 42,000 square-feet of interconnected trampolines, including side wall jumps, and group activities such as 3D dodgeball, zero gravity basketball and the infamous Foam Zone. We can assure you, you won’t want to miss out on Extreme Air’s super-popular group workouts.

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