Time Tracker Treasure Hunt

Time. If only we had more of it. If only there was a way to control how much time we had left to do all the things we needed to do. That would be great wouldn’t it? Well. What a coincidence. Our Time Tracker event gives you just that – the power to change time (well, sort of!)

Time Tracker Treasure Hunt Event

Using a bit of nifty technology and our treasure hunt expertise, our fantastic Time Tracker Treasure Hunt has teams earning not points, but time.

One of our most unique and challenging treasure hunts, the Time Tracker relies on a team’s ability to make decisions and solve problems whilst under intense time pressure. It’s brilliant observing how different individuals handle that kind of environment – always separates the men from the boys!

David Hall, Event Manager

The idea behind this unique treasure hunt is that clients have complete control over their own success; accepting challenges both physical and mental, maintaining a stealthy approach (so they don’t give their answers away to the competing teams) and using electronic keys to check in and out at hidden checkpoints. These keys then communicate with our sophisticated, computerised scoring system meaning there really is no room for error (or cheating!).

Hoar Cross Hall Hotel, Staffordshire

Being a venue-based treasure hunt, location really is everything and we recently had the pleasure of utilising the grounds of the very beautiful Hoar Cross Hall Hotel, which is the perfect example of a host venue for a Time Tracker event.

A Paradise setting hidden away in 100 acres of glorious English countryside. The spacious grounds have lakes and wildlife in abundance, formal gardens and Italian Roof Terrace with water features, exotic plants, and beautiful flowers.

Hoar Cross Hall, main website

So if you think your group is quick enough to race against time itself, then why not give our lovely team a call on 0845 006 06 06 or have a look at our website for more details.

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