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Risks and Safety

We undertake best efforts to research the location-based activities facilitated by our Games. However, as these are outdoor locations in populated areas there are risks, and dangers that exist. You may find some points-of-interests (POIs) are dangerous or difficult to access. When taking part in these location-based activities you so at your own risk.


There are many variables that must be considered including, but not limited to: weather, your fitness level, terrain features, traffic, and other pedestrians. Be prepared and be sure to check the current conditions before heading outdoors. Always exercise common sense and caution when using your device and our Games.
The presence of certain information within our Games (e.g. the location of a POI or amenity) does not imply that accessing such location is safe or legal. Do not enter third parties’ property without permission and always obey applicable laws when using our services. You assume all risks and responsibilities associated with seeking a POI, and other location-based activities associated with our games.


Pregnancy
EAP events are set over a distance of around 5k-6k. Games are not considered suitable for someone who is pregnant.

Wheelchair Accessibility
EAP is unable to guarantee accessibility to our events should be treated as non-accessible for wheelchair users. EAP will however endeavour to place the virtual witnesses in accessible locations where possible.

Children
All children must be accompanied at all times by a responsible adult.
The games involve licensed premises such as pubs and cafes. Children are welcome in these locations when accompanied by adults – if a team has under-18s in it, make sure there’s an adult with them.

Road Safety
Participants must exercise caution when crossing roads or navigating through urban areas. Always look up from your device or compass to ensure your path is clear and safe.

Device Usage
While engrossed in gameplay, remain vigilant of your surroundings to prevent accidents or injuries.

Time Management and Patience


Peak Season Advisory
During peak season, participants are advised to leave plenty of time to arrive for their designated start time to accommodate potential delays.


Queue Etiquette
Some businesses that you are required to engage with may have queues at certain times, if you are picking up a clue you are not required to queue but ensure that you are polite at all times.


Connectivity Issues
Network Limitations
Be mindful of areas in Llandudno known for poor mobile data and WiFi connectivity. These locations may impact game performance and access to digital content.


WiFi Solutions
Should you encounter connectivity issues, we encourage using the WiFi services offered by local businesses you visit during the game. Always ask for permission where required.


General Conduct
Participants are expected to behave respectfully towards other players, local residents, and property. Disruptive or disrespectful behaviour may result in removal from the game without refund.


Respect all local laws and regulations during your adventure.


Liability and Responsibility
Participants engage in the game at their own risk. The organisers are not liable for any accidents, injuries, or damages incurred during the game resulting from individual actions.


It is the responsibility of each participant to ensure they are physically and mentally fit to partake in the game’s activities.

 

 


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Difficulty Rating 4

  • Time: Long, 3-4 hours (can be extended to a full day with lunch break)
  • Distance: Extended, challenging inclines 
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Target Audience: Adults and families with older children
  • Description: This tier offers a longer and more challenging experience, suitable for adults and families with older children. Participants will navigate through challenging terrain and encounter a mixture of puzzles and riddles that require a combination of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Difficulty ratings

Tier 1: “Junior Explorers”

  • Time: Short, max 1 hour
  • Distance: Minimal, suitable for short walks
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Target Audience: Primary aged children
  • Description: This tier offers a quick and easy adventure suitable for young children. The puzzles and riddles are simple and solvable by primary aged children, making it a fun and accessible experience for families with young kids.

 

Tier 2: “Young Adventurers”

  • Time: 1-2 hours
  • Distance: Moderate, with some soft inclines
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Target Audience: Primary and secondary aged children
  • Description: This tier extends the adventure a bit longer with slightly more challenging puzzles and clues. It’s suitable for both primary and secondary aged children, offering a mix of fun and educational challenges in a slightly longer duration.

 

Tier 3: “Explorer’s Quest”

  • Time: Half day, 2-3 hours
  • Distance: Moderate to extended, with some inclines
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Target Audience: Families and groups
  • Description: This tier provides a more immersive experience with increased distance and terrain challenges. Participants can expect a half-day adventure with a variety of puzzles and riddles to solve, suitable for families and groups looking for a longer and more engaging experience.

 

Tier 4: “Trailblazers”

  • Time: Long, 3-4 hours (can be extended to a full day with lunch break)
  • Distance: Extended, challenging inclines 
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Target Audience: Adults and families with older children
  • Description: This tier offers a longer and more challenging experience, suitable for adults and families with older children. Participants will navigate through challenging terrain and encounter a mixture of puzzles and riddles that require a combination of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

 

Tier 5: “Ultimate Expedition”

  • Time: Full day, approximately 5 hours
  • Distance: Long, suitable for experienced walkers
  • Difficulty: Advanced
  • Target Audience: Adults and experienced adventurers
  • Description: This tier presents the ultimate challenge for seasoned adventurers. Participants will embark on a full-day expedition through varying terrain, solving complex puzzles and riddles designed to test their intellect and endurance. Recommended for adults and experienced adventurers seeking a truly immersive and challenging experience.