Active team building

The Viking Triangle

A trading game with active assignments.

In the 8th century, the Vikings landed in Ireland, near the Viking Triangle. They received a bad reputation because of their brutal behaviour.
Originally, these Scandinavians were an agricultural people with a strong desire to travel, trade and develop. In the Viking Triangle lived a group of Scandinavians who wanted to maximise these qualities, and legend has it that their genes are in your company.

Which team possesses these genes and achieves the best results? The components can be adapted to suit preferences for physical, creative or strategic missions. Like all our other activities, the Viking Triangle can be adapted to a full-day team event and complemented by catering options.

This activity can be held in G.D. of Luxembourg .

Number of participants

From 10 up to 200 people


French, English


2 to 4 hours

Budget indication

€40 per participant (VAT excl.) Attention: different pricing may apply for small groups. Always use our calculator to calculate the correct price.

Request your price quote here

Please provide your first name
Please provide your last name
Please provide your email address
Please provide a valid phone number
We're sorry, your request needs to be linked to a company.
Please provide how many participants will participate
Unfortunately we cannot organize B2C activities for less than 20 participants. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Make sure your date has the right format (dd-mm-yyyy)
Tip: Most of our activities are fully booked in September. Booking in October will give you a lot more options.
Please select the start time of your activity
Please select the language of your activity
Please tell us where you want to hold your teambuilding
Unfortunately we cannot provide catering for activities with less than 20 participants. We apologize for the inconvenience.
I've got a gift voucher or discount code!

The Viking Triangle


A trading game with active assignments.

Customer reviews


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Viking Triangle”