Winter Hunts!

Now I know what you are thinking, Halloween has been and gone, Bonfire night has passed, it's time to give up on outdoor pursuits for the winter, stay in and put the kettle on until spring.

Well not so fast! We have tons of winter wonderland options for our treasure hunts that would tempt even the most staunch sofa addict out of doors this winter.

To begin with we have our classic paper hunts, pull on your winter woollies and take a bracing stroll in the crisp winter air while solving thrilling puzzles. No doubt your exploration will pass right by a warm and cosy pub or cafe for a nice hot drink (and perhaps a mince pie!) for a well earned treat before finishing off your Hunt. For those of you planning your Christmas parties we have added an extra festive twist for you in our group hunts with our own Xmas scavenger hunt activities. Get the office grinch out performing random acts of kindness (to impress Santa) find some holiday cheer with carol singing and award bonus points for the best most hideous Christmas jumper. Drop us an email to request your Christmas Hunt today.

We also have our GPS Treasure hunts standing by to help shake off those winter blues. As well as our regular themes (Spy, Pirate, 80's Retro, Magic Spells and Sport) we also have our super special Christmas hunt ready to play in over 100 locations. Get treasure hunting in your teams of 3-5 people and use your powers of observation and agile mind to solve the virtual clues. Using your smartphone to navigate the interactive map you can complete the festive tasks to earn points, Each set of points will help recover the missing baubles from the Christmas Tree.

We also have our Indoor Treasure Hunts available in our special christmas themes! Read more about our Indoor Hunts Here

Our Christmas Hunts are available in over 100 locations Click here for further details or if you want a Christmas GPS hunt in your local area why not buy one of our Anywhere Hunts Click here for further details

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Posted 09/11/2018, by Peter