Squirrel Hill scavenger hunt pictures

23 10 2011

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Urban Hike Scavenger Hunt in Squirrel Hill – Noon on 10/22

16 10 2011

We are just a few days away from the Squirrel Hill Scavenger Hunt! We have been working really hard, and you don’t want to miss this one! Knowledge of the neighborhood is not required, and in fact it will be a great way to learn about some unusual features of this super cool area. Don’t worry about sending an RSVP, and don’t break open the piggy bank, because no fee is required. Just show up at the public parking lot behind Gullifty’s (behind the 1900 block of Murray Avenue) with a team of no more than 5 people, and be ready to go at noon (12:00 p.m.). If your friends are busy, we’ll put you on a team with new friends.

Bring one digital camera per team, and your cable for downloading pictures. The camera should be clear of any other photos. A pen/pencil for writing answers is also helpful. If you want to park in the lot behind Gullifty’s, the meters have a pay station that takes credit cards — $4.00 for 4 hours. Otherwise, it’s possible to find street parking if you don’t mind a bit more of a walk.

We’ll be there, rain or shine!

Questions? Contact info@urbanhike.org





Save the Date – Urban Hike Scavenger Hunt

4 10 2011

The wait is over, and the location of the annual fall scavenger hunt is … Squirrel Hill! Stay tuned for more details, and mark your calendars for noon on Saturday October 22nd.

If you have somehow missed our clue hunting extravaganza in years past, the drill is this: you show up by yourself, or in teams up to 5 people. We will hand you a map with boundaries and clues, and it’s up to you to find answers. Some clues require picture taking, so bring a camera and a cable to download your photos onto a laptop. The group will later reconvene to score the answers, announce winners, and, of course, hand out prizes.

We’ll see you there, and if you have any questions in the meantime, as always, you can find us at info@urbanhike.org