Virtual Scavenger Challenge
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CityScape Adventure Virtual Challenge – Denver
You are about to embark on an adventure that will lead you around the great city of Denver while completing challenges and clues.
The first thing to do is to navigate to the race starting point at Coors Field. That’s right, you will begin your adventure at the Home of the Rockiesl.
After you arrive, Enter the information below and begin your adventure.
A few rules before you get started: Stay with your teammates. Use your feet or public transportation Have Fun! Tips for CityScapers: Use your google search skills to find answers Use you Maps app to navigate your way.
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Question 1 of 15
1. Question100 points
Welcome to the CityScape Adventures Virtual Challenge – Denver!
You are standing in front of Coors Field, Home of the Colorado Rockies! Here is your first challenge.
Up high on the walls on the front two sides of Coors Field there are flowers embedded into the brick work.
How many Flowers are there?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 15
2. Question150 points
Locate the Branch Rickey Statue in front of Coors Field. Now locate the plaque that is entitled “The Branch Rickey Award”.
Solve the cipher below where the first number = the line, the second number = the word and the third number = the letter. (Example: 1/2/3 = A)
Enter your two word answer below.
2/2/1 : 8/4/4 : 10/1/4 : 2/3/1 : 11/6/2 : 4/3/1 : 1/3/6
11/4/1 : 10/1/2 : 4/5/8 : 2/3/3 : 4/9/8 : 3/5/1 : 6/7/4 : 6/3/4CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 15
3. Question100 points
Colorado is full of Tall Peaks and Coloradans love to scale them.
REI is a great source for the gear that they need.
Locate the six clocks near the entrance to REI and answer this question.
Which of the six locations represented by the six clocks has the highest elavation?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 15
4. Question100 pointsCorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 15
5. Question100 points
Let’s do a little Bridge Math. Locate the three pedestrian bridges that run between Union Station and LoHi.
Using the following solve the formula below and enter your answer below.
A = The number of cables on the bridge over I25
B = The number of cables on the bridge over the Platte River
C = The number of cables on the bridge over the railroad tracks
Solve this formula and enter your answer below:
Question 6 of 15
6. Question100 points
Find the sculpture in Denver called “I see what you mean”
When you find it use the sculpture’s plaque to solve the cipher below.
Use the first number as the line, the second number as the word and the third number as the letter. Then enter your answer in the box below.
3/1/3 : 7/1/4 : 5/4/2 : 1/2/2
7/3/3 : 2/2/4 : 5/5/1 : 4/5/6CorrectIncorrect
Question 7 of 15
7. Question100 points
Locate the twelve bronze plaques embedded in the sidewalk along California. Using the plaques, answer the following question:
What hotel did the name for our childhood cuddly friends come from?CorrectIncorrect
Question 8 of 15
8. Question100 points
Don’t leave the plaques yet. There is a ton of awesome history here about Colorado.
Use your fingers and your toes to add up the four digit years on these twelve plaques.CorrectIncorrect
Question 9 of 15
9. Question100 points
Challenge #9Stand in the middle of the Compass on the ground. Locate the four cardinal points and face South. Notice the Poem on the wall. Who is the Author of the Poem?CorrectIncorrect
Question 10 of 15
10. Question100 pointsCorrectIncorrect
Question 11 of 15
11. Question100 points
Challenge #11Head to the Civic Center Park and locate the Christopher Columbus Statue. According to the sculpture, what was Christopher Columbus known for? Enter the blanks below
Italian and Great
Question 12 of 15
12. Question100 points
Challenge #12Don’t go far. Locate the Cowboy and Indian Sculpture nearby to learn your next destination. Solve the cipher below where the first digit is the line on the plaque, the second number is the word on that line and the third number is the letter in that word. Columbus 6/5/1 : Indian 1/4/4 : Cowboy 2/1/6 : Indian 2/3/1 Columbus 5/9/4 : Cowboy 1/1/6 : Indian 4/1/6 Columbus 1/4/1 : Cowboy 2/2/2 : Indian 1/3/1 : Columbus 7/3/8CorrectIncorrect
Question 13 of 15
13. Question100 points
Challenge #13Can you find the Large Scottish Angus Cows? When you do, answer the question below. Enter the sum of the ear tags on the cow and calf?CorrectIncorrect
Question 14 of 15
14. Question100 points
Challenge #14Like to read? Head over to the library and find the sculpture called “At the Library”. Locate the exact middle tile of the display and answer the question below. How many book on on the middle tile?CorrectIncorrect
Question 15 of 15
15. Question150 points
Final ChallengeFind the location of the official Mile High Marker in Denver and answer the question below. What shape is the Official Mile High Marker?CorrectIncorrect