New Exciting Incentive Activity In Copenhagen
Did you know you can now go skiing on the outskirts of the city centre? No not in the streets but atop a waste powerplant with an artificial ski slope and recreational hiking area CopenHill. Hike along the roof taking in the fantastic views to the city and the sea, or ski probably the most usual ski run in the world.
The newly opened site also has the world’s highest climbing wall of 85m where certified climbers can test their skills, equipment and instruction is available. After all the activity, end your day at CopenHill’s very own après ski bar.
Copenhagen is a frontrunner when it comes to adopting sustainable solutions and the city has one of the world’s most impressive climate policies with a goal of being the first carbon-neutral capital city by 2025. Ambitious but achievable.
Being a green city, there are a range of sustainable teambuilding activities such as sailing tours around the Copenhagen canals in solar-powered GoBoats or do like the locals and jump on a bike and explore the city.
The focus on the environment and sustainability can be seen everywhere in the city from organic restaurants, sustainable hotels and green urban spaces. Furthermore, sleeping with
a green-conscious in Copenhagen is not a challenge since 70% of the hotels in the city are eco-certified and several hotels and hotel chains have an ambitious engagement within sustainability.
Photography Credited to Daniel Rasmussen