Date(s) - 07/10/2020
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
In the late 1700’s, a French expedition journeyed through the Colorado Rocky Mountains to prospect for riches never before known to man. Legend has it that they found nearly $33 million dollars in gold on just one mountain. In fear of being robbed, they hid the treasure and hand drew a map which changed hands over generations. Your uncle spent his life chasing that supposed treasure hidden in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. You find a note with a set of clues to pick up where he left off…
Put together a team of 4-6 explorers and set off on an expedition to uncover the riches hidden in the Colorado Rocky Mountains! Teams will have one hour to explore the mountain and uncover its rich secrets by solving dozens of riddles and challenges of every style. Designate a team captain to register all group members at https://pitt.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86pOJh5jtV2Y9bT and one week before your team is set to leave, you will be sent departure instructions via your Pitt email.
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