DASH3 San Diego, CA
Event takes place at 2011-04-30 10:00:00.
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Game control for the San Diego DASH is provided by San Diego Rocket Race. Check out our DASH 3 event page.
What is DASH?
DASH (Different Area--Same Hunt) is a one-day, walking puzzle hunt which takes place in several cities across the country on the same day. DASH 3 will run in 12 cities on April 30, 2011.
When and Where?
DASH 3 San Diego will start at 10:00 AM on Saturday April 30th, 2011. The starting location will be sent to registered teams before April 30th.
How much will it cost?
$40 per team, regardless of size.
How do teams register?
Register here! We'll send you details regarding payment in April.
How big can teams be?
We have found that teams of 4 to 6 members are the ideal size. However we have had teams as small as 2 and they still had a great time. The maximum size that we will accept in San Diego is 6.
How long can we expect the hunt to last?
It depends heavily on the experience of the team. Typical teams should expect to take from 4-7 hours to complete the entire hunt, but expert teams typically finish in 2-3 hours.
I want to play, but don't have a team, or my team isn’t big enough. What should I do?
Post a message on the DASH Puzzle Forum For Team Matching and see if anyone is looking for a team in San Diego.
What should our team bring?
Paper -- Looseleaf or in notebooks, paper is the perfect medium to quickly jot down ideas, lists, etc. as you solve your clues.
Pencils/Pens/Sharpies -- You'll need something to write with; pencils and pens do the trick nicely. Colored pencils can come in handy at times, and Sharpies are good when working on transparencies.
Markers or crayons -- For writing on non-paper surfaces.
Stationery Supplies -- Things like scissors, tape and glue sticks often come in handy during DASH events when clue construction (or destruction) is required.
Writing Surface -- Clipboards are ideal when you are on the go. Not every puzzle site will have tables for working.
Reference Material -- Here it is a matter of personal choice on how prepared to be for DASH. With smart phones, the need for lugging additional references is reduced, or obviated entirely. That's what we think, anyway.
Food & Water -- There will be plenty of places along the way for you to stop and purchase a snack, but if you don't want to take the time to stop, you might wish to bring some sustenance with you.
Protection from the Elements -- San Diego in April - it could be sunny, it could be gray, it could be rainy. Be prepared with appropriate gear (sunscreen, hat, shades, jacket, comfortable footwear for walking).
What if it is too hard?
There will be a generous hint system available for those who are stumped. "NO TEAM LEFT BEHIND"
Is it competitive?
Only if you want it to be. Whether or not you take advantage of the scoring system, you're never on the clock between clue sites regardless.
Will I need a car?
No. All locations will be accessible on foot.