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Corporate Retreats
in Utah

Strengthen relationships and build connections through guided adventures in Utah.


Boasting access to two different national parks, Moab is Utah’s hiking heaven. The area houses what may just be the largest concentration of natural arches, spires, windows, and strange rock formations in the world, all of which are most prominent in the Arches and Canyonlands national parks. Arches National Park is home to over 2,000 of its namesakes, magnificent natural stone arches, which are displayed in all their glory on scenic short hikes like The Windows and Balanced Rock. Canyonlands National Park, on the other hand, hides some of the finest panoramic vistas of the area, with deep sandstone canyons and epic plateaus like Island in the Sky.

Where you will connect at the end of the day.

Wilder partners with select properties to provide an optimal experience for connection and access to team building adventures. Each lodge is carefully chosen to provide uninterrupted meeting space, comfortable sleeping and impromptu conversations. Explore our corporate retreat accommodations below or contact us for other options.

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Team Building Experiences

Moab, Utah has an abundance of options for shared experiences that will bring your team together and create memories for years to come. From the more adventurous options like mountain biking, hiking and rock climbing to more inclusive experiences such as 4x4 off-roading, geological tours and stargazing, you will find just the right combination to delight your team.

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Hike & Tour

Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are rich in natural history and fascinating rock formation. Your private guide will reveal how the combination of sandstone and years of erosion formed the unique structures only found in Utah.

Jeep Adventure

Explore the depths of Canyonlands National Park by 4x4 Jeep. You'll navigate over rocks and through canyons, discovering what most will never experience.

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Stargaze using high-end telescopes and binoculars. Your guide will deliver personable, memorable, interpretive tours that focus on showcasing the night sky, the moon and neighboring planets, deep sky objects like distant nebulae and star clusters, the Milky Way Galaxy, constellations and nocturnal creatures. 

Petroglyph Experience

Take a journey thousands of years through time, exploring Anasazi and Ute petroglyphs, arches, flowing springs and the incredibly beautiful geology of Kane Creek. Your guides will narrate the history of the ancient peoples of the area and how these amazing rock formations came to be.

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Make this retreat your own.

Each Wilder Retreat is designed exclusively for your unique personality and to meet your goals. Contact us today to learn about different experiences, accommodations and itineraries.


Utah Company Retreat FAQ


What's the best time to go?


Moab, Utah is accessible year-round, but the best time to visit depends on what you want to experience.  In the spring (March - May), the daytime temperatures are typically in the 70's. The spring is beautiful with the desert wildflowers like the skunkbush and box elder bloom with vibrant colors.


The summer can be hot with temperatures reaching 100 degrees, which make it an ideal time to explore the Colorado River by kayak, paddle board or raft.


The fall is a welcome time with cooling temperature, typically back in the 60's and 70's, ideal for exploring the desert red rocks without overheating.


If you're looking to avoid the crowds, winter is when you want to be in Moab. The crowds dissipate and the red rock looks spectacular under snow. With temperatures between 40 and 50 degrees, you’ll find the crisp air invigorating as you ramble down a hiking trail that you’ll practically have all to yourself.

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Does my team need to be physically fit?

Moab is a destination made for all levels of physical abilities and fitness. Active adventurers have their choice of experiences such as hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking.


For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, Moab is a fascinating destination, with vivid petroglyphs dating as far back as 5500 BC, natural rock arches and bridges, visible dinosaur fossils and spectacular rock colors that delight the photographer's eye.

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What's the closest airport to Moab?

Most people fly into Salt Lake City (SLC) and drive 3.5 hours south to Moab. However, regional Canyonlands Field Airport (CNY) is located just 18 miles north of Moab. Many airlines provide service to Walker Field Airport in Grand Junction, Colorado.

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What's the ideal group size?

Moab, Utah is a large enough destination to accommodate groups from 4 people up to 200. For groups more than 12 people, it's important to divide into smaller groups and participate in various activities in order to minimize the impact on the environment. 

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