The best deals on scavenger hunts and walking adventures in Raleigh this week

Crazy Dash Digital Walking Tours. | Photo: Crazy Dash Digital Walking Tours/Yelp

If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this weekend? From a walking adventure to a scavenger hunt, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.

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Crazy Dash Walking Adventure





The Crazy Dash Walking Adventure is a digital walking tour through Central Raleigh. Groups of two, four or six will perform tasks and hunt for checkpoints around the city.

Price: $21 for two people (47 percent discount off regular price)
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Adventure Walk from Wacky Walks




This walking tour challenge combined with scavenger hunt features sends participants out to answer questions and perform family-friendly tasks. Throughout the two-hour game, players can compete for king or queen status to win the game.

Price: $21 for two people (47 percent discount off regular price)
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3Quest Challenge





This digital scavenger hunt sends groups of two, four or six through the city to solve puzzles, gather clues and complete challenges with the help of a guide.

Price: $21 (47 percent discount off regular price)
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Scavenger Hunt Adventure from ZeeTours





Participants of all ages learn local history, complete various challenges and enjoy sightseeing during this self-guided scavenger hunt. By using the app on their smartphones, participants can compete against other players. And after the game, ZeeTours navigates players back to their starting location.

Price: $21 for one team (58 percent discount off regular price)
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