Urban Adventure Quest – Review of the Quest

We had the opportunity to do an Urban Quest in Denver- we picked Lower Downtown, near Coors Field, Confluence Park, etc., and had a blast, but were all exhausted by the end of it.  I posted previously on the promotion, and we finally got to do it on a great fall afternoon in Denver!   Like the post states, the game turns the city into a giant game board.  It is a scavenger hunt, which my kids enjoy immensely.  What they didn’t enjoy was walking around for almost 3 hours, and we had to make a lot of pit stops, and water stops.  If you have younger kids, bring a backpack with sustenance, and plenty of water.

We had so much fun seeing sights, and things we never would have discovered driving in a car.  Another option is to get those bikes/scooters you can get throughout the city and ride those vice walking, or mix it up, so the 3.5 miles plus go by fast -)   We used my smart phone to navigate and submit clues, and found some hidden gems.  There was construction near Coors Field so missed those clues, but you can skip over questions, and we had to skip two because of construction fences.   The cool thing is you start when you want, end when you want and play at your own pace.  It was good family time!

Remember, you can save 20%- Only $39.20 for a team of 2-5 people after Promotion Code: FGBLOG. Sign up online at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com, and for a list of available cities, visit their website. 

Required Disclaimer: I was compensated with a free urban adventure quest for my family in exchange for promoting the quest.  All opinions expressed here and in subsequent reviews are my own.  

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