San Francisco, CA

Event takes place at 9:30 AM on April 26, 2014.

Thanks for playing!

Results are available via ClueKeeper:

Junior Track: http://goo.gl/zTXzo2
New Track: http://goo.gl/yyGsnw
Experienced Track: http://goo.gl/nnTJAf

Puzzles and Solutions will be posted after Minneapolis does its recast (in May). 

 

Feel free to contact us with any feedback or if you're interesting in hosting DASH7 in San Francisco (or another city)! If you'd rather talk to GC Central, email gcs@playdash.org.

When and Where?

Registration for the San Francisco event will open at 9:00am and the game will start by 9:30am. We'll wrap up by 6pm, Pacific time.

We'll be starting near the city's Northern waterfront. The exact start location has been sent to registered teams. Check your email!

What to Bring?

  • At least one Android or iOS7 smartphone running the ClueKeeper App. Register for a ClueKeeper account, download the hunt, and add your teammates before you arrive.
  • Pens, pencils, scratch paper
  • Removable scotch tape, colored pens/pencils
  • A picnic blanket and clipboards: some locations are grassy spots without tables
  • Food and $$ for buying food on the route.
  • See the FAQ for a more comprehensive list.

What about the weather?

The event will be in San Francisco, so please come prepared for the City By The Bay's ever-changing weather. You will be walking and puzzling outside for much of the day. Bring sunscreen, layer up, etc.

How much physical activity is involved?

Expect to walk 2-3 miles over the course of the day. Our city does have hills, and some puzzles may require you to climb them. Let us know when you arrive if this is a concern for your team.

How can I get more information?

Email sanfrancisco@playdash.org

Interested in Volunteering?

San Francisco is looking for volunteers for Game Control on April 26. Come enjoy DASH from the other side! Email us if you are interested in helping out.

What is a DASH team?

The optimal size for a team is 3-5 players. More than 5 and it gets difficult for everyone to collaborate, we highly encourage splitting into two teams.

If several of your team members have done puzzle hunts before (DASH, BANG, MIT Mystery Hunt, etc) you probably want to pick "EXPERIENCED".

If no one or only one person on your team has done this sort of thing before, or if you previously found the puzzles more hard than fun, pick "NEW".

And if you're a group of 10-16 year olds, you can pick "JUNIOR".

Registration

Registration has concluded.