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See Boise With Stray Boots Interactive Scavenger Hunt
There's a new fun way to see the city, while getting exercise.
No more trying to schedule a walking tour around certain dates, or waiting for an overly talkative tour guide to move on. Stray Boots Interactive Scavenger Hunt allows you to take the tour guide experience into your own hands through your smartphone.
You'll be asked to complete certain challenges, including answering trivia, taking photos, or solving riddles. Each correct answer results in a number of points. You can either compete against your friends, or join together to see how well you can do as a team. A fun trivia tidbit will pop up after each challenge is complete, creating a fun, educational experience.
Boise currently has only one tour available, but it can be played at anytime. This would be a great event for families, friends, school trips, or consider hosting a scavenger hunt for a company outing. Traveling any time soon? Stray Boots has scavenger hunts available in numerous cities.
If you feel like you already know the City of Trees like the back of your hand, then Stray Boots might not be for you. Instead, check out the company's other app: BobbyPin. This app allows you to drop a pin on your favorite places, like On the Fly or The Matador, on a map and easily share it with friends.
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