‘Urban Adventure Quest’ Turns Cities Into Giant Board Games
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The pandemic has altered a lot of plans, so if you’re looking to stay close to home, outdoors – have you ever heard of Urban Adventure Quest?
It turns your city into a giant board game.
That’s what the folks at Urban Adventure Quest hope to do.
You take a small group on a quest, answer some questions, and discover what’s been hiding in plain sight in your own back yard.
The cost is $50 for a team of five people. There are dozens of cities that have unique challenges, trivia and sights to see.
Salt Lake City’s quest incorporates Temple Square and the State Capitol.
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