FAQ´s Adventure Everest Online


For which group/ team size is Adventure Everest Online suitable?

Adventure Everest Online is suitable for all group sizes between 8 and 400 participants. Ideally, teams should consist of 5-8 members. If you have a larger group than 400 participants, please contact our sales team as there are proven solutions for this case as well.

Why is Adventure Everest Online a ideal team building / team bonding?

Adventure Everest Online is a very intense team building. The role understanding and decision-making processes in the team become very clear very quickly. The other teams and the overall company are always kept in mind. Our team trainers often use Adventure Everest online as an entry point for effective team training.

How long does Adventure Everest Online take?

BITOU recommends an event duration of between 2.5 and 3.5 hours. Shorter or longer durations are possible but require an individual concept.

Are individualizations possible?

We are happy to add your logo to the surfaces. The concept is self-contained and can only be individualized in a few details.


Can Adventure Everest also take place in a hybrid or online format?

Yes, hybrid wherever the participants gather at different locations. The physical version also works with haptic elements. Here, for example, the planning takes place on paper. For the physical implementation, we need about 2 square meters of space and a canvas per participant.


What technology do I need?

For Adventure Everest Online, all you need is an internet connection, preferably via a laptop or desktop computer. (Participation via a tablet or smartphone is also possible, but not as comfortable.)

In addition, you need to be able to participate in an online meeting (microphone and speakers or headset). We are happy to provide the meeting software (Zoom, MS Teams, WebEx).

Procedure and implementation

How does Adventure Everest Online typically work?

Approximately 15-20 minutes of introduction and explanations,

90 minutes of planning, decision-making, discussion, and celebrating successes,

and 30-60 minutes of debriefing and reflection