How we Made OUTSIDE Magazines 2016 Best Places to Work List
So just in case you missed it, Go Ape just landed the 42nd spot on OUTSIDE Magazines 2016 Best Places to work. Our tribe is extremely excited to be acknowledged by the outdoor community.
We are deeply passionate about providing a “tree-mendous” outdoor adventure experience to our guests. If you’ve ever read our reviews, you can see the joy and sense of personal accomplishment our guests feel after mastering one of our Go Ape Treetop Adventure courses.
Consistently delivering a high caliber guest adventure experience is not easy.
Working outdoors presents certain challenges that are often beyond our control. Consequently, there is a lot of work behind the scenes that goes into ensuring an amazing outdoor adventure.
To achieve the quality of adventure we provide, you need something that is more difficult to describe; something special and unique and that is hiring the right people.
Assembling a tribe of like-minded and committed individuals is not an easy thing to accomplish. But, it's definitely a significant accomplishment that we are proud to see recognized in OUTSIDE Magazine.
We love our jobs so much even our guest's notice. One of the most frequent questions we hear from guests is "What's it like to work for Go Ape?", and the answer is, "As awesome as it looks".
We deliver adventure for a living…think about that for a moment.
What that means is every day on the job we are rewarded with whoops of laughter, shrieks of excitement and smiles for miles. We witness our guests overcome fears, push outside of comfort zones and celebrate their accomplishments.
It's incredibly gratifying to be an instrument of inspiration and encourage others to live life adventurously.
And that is why we all Go Ape for our jobs!
We love what we do because we get that love back in spades. We are rewarded daily by helping others have amazing life experiences.
So thank you OUTSIDE Magazine for the gift of acknowledging our amazing bond here. We're enjoying it so much, we plan to make an appearance on your list next year!
Learn more about why some of our tribe went ape below!