A TEAM TREASURE HUNT THAT YOU CAN PLAY ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD
Play out on the streets, anywhere in the world, with anyone you like - a great way to stay connected to those you can't be with in person right now.
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HOW IT WORKS
You'll be given a list of 60 items that, between you, you and your team will need to find out on the streets.
THE CLOCK STARTS
You'll have 90 minutes to find the 60 items take photos of them, and add them to your Team Sheet. Only your legs can get you there. No cycling or driving.
After 90 minutes the clock will stop and you'll no longer be able to add photos to your Team Sheet. Within a few hours, you will be emailed a breakdown of your results. Winners announced via email later in the day and the Dash-Board will be updated.
FEBRUARY "JUST FOR FUN"!
Designed for those who haven't played much (or at all) to try out their treasure hunting skills ahead of the quarterly league.
Thursday February 18th at 10am and 3pm GMT
Sunday February 21st at 10am and 3pm GMT
All the scores from these 4 Dashes will be added together to crown a winner of the 2021 Dash.
March 20th at 10am and 3pm, March 11st at 10am
June 19th at 10am and 3pm, June 20th at 10am
September 18th at 10am and 3pm, September 19th at 10am
December 18th at 10am and 3pm, December 19th at 10am
"Fun and inclusive event. Really easy to follow the instructions and upload photos. A great way to involve all the family in different locations. Can’t wait for the next one!"
"Inclusive fun for all of the team. Challenging without being impossible and very clearly explained in the online briefing. Great communication before the event and follow up after it. I can't wait to do it all again next month "
"A great day, especially when great days are hard to come by at the moment. Fun with friends and family in the safest way."
Can walkers join my team?
Yes, you can have a team of all walkers, a mixture of runners and walkers, or all runners. Walkers with good local knowledge are just as valuable players as fast runners.
Do all my teammates need to be in the same place?
Up to 5 per team you say?
You can have teams of 2, 3, 4 or 5 people participate. We'll be giving prizes for each of those categories on the day. Please don't sneak extra people onto your team - we will have ways of detecting this! The price is an accessible £14 per team, so if you have more people, please just enter another team.
Can children join in?
Absolutely! And I bet you're wondering how that affects team numbers? If your children need to be accompanied by another player on the team, then they don't add to your total of 5 players. If your children are older and will be scavanging solo, they do count towards your total
How does the virtual briefing work?
How do we upload our mission?
Your team will add their photos to the Team Sheet as you go. When the clock stops, you'll no longer be able to add photos to your sheet, and that's it - it will be automatically saved in our system.
So only the team captain needs to sign up?
Yes - it's £19 per team and only the team captain needs to sign up. We know that things can change (especially in times as uncertain as these), so you don't need commitment from your teammates until the day of the event. Your team can consist of 2, 3, 4 or 5 members, so no pressure to fill it up. There are prizes for each of those categories as well. As the team captain, you will be responsible for circulating information to the rest of your teammates. So do make sure you have the right contact details for each of them.
What technology/equipment do we need?
Each team member needs a phone with a camera and 4G.
When do I add our team name?
We'll ask you for this on the day - so get thinking! You'll add it to your Team Sheet before submitting.
Will the lists be the same at each event?
Every month there will be a different list. So the Dash in June will all have the same list, but then it will be a new one for the July dates and another new one in August. You can get a season pass for the August-December dates.
And I can really play anywhere?
Pretty much - yes! If you live in a hamlet, you might find it tricky. We'd recommend driving to the nearest town or city if that's the case.
Can you give some examples of things we might need to find?
An orange door
A pink flower
A building that's more than 200 years old