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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.