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The SF Hunt's 10th Anniversary Competition Promises a Day of Riddles, Prizes, and Quirky Fun

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Teams will compete for $5,000 worth of prizes in this all-day, city-wide race.

SAN FRANCISCO - eTradeWire -- San Francisco, CA: Scavenger hunt teams will hit the streets of San Francisco on Saturday, June 1, to solve riddles, complete challenges, and win prizes during The SF Hunt's 10th anniversary race. The competition, organized by Handstand, runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and promises to be the most exciting scavenger hunt yet, with 100 riddles and $5,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.

This year, the competition is set in four iconic neighborhoods: Haight Ashbury, North Beach, The Mission, and one secret neighborhood that will be revealed on game day. In each neighborhood, teams will attempt to solve clues as fast as possible in the app to earn points, then meet at a secret post-game location to celebrate and claim their prizes.

"This event really encapsulates San Francisco's diverse neighborhoods, creative atmosphere, and straight-up weirdness," said Kaitlin Fenn, Event Coordinator. "We can't wait to see teams come together for a day of adventure, fun, and community."

The SF Hunt originated a decade ago with a group of friends who shared a passion for adventure and exploration. Over the years, it has become a beloved annual tradition that brings the Bay Area together to celebrate San Francisco's uniqueness and enjoy a fun day with friends.

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Handstand donates 10 percent of the event's profits to a local charity every year. This year, they are donating to The Guardsmen, a non-profit focused on improving underserved youth's access to the outdoors.

"We are excited to partner with The Guardsmen and help provide outdoor adventures to kids that don't typically have access to nature," Fenn said. "Adventure and exploration is what started The SF Hunt in the first place."

The SF Hunt adventure is open to everyone. Expert-level knowledge about San Francisco history or trivia is not necessary to join in on the race. Teams can bike, run, or walk while solving riddles in each neighborhood and may drive or use rideshare services to move between neighborhoods.

Players should buy their tickets early to get the best deal. As of May 22, a ticket for The SF Hunt is $79. All tickets include a custom SF Hunt beanie, four custom-made, hard-enamel pins, some post-game libations, and a slice of the $5,000 worth of prizes. Players can win gear from Cotopaxi, Topo Designs, Allbirds, Rhoback, and Janji, which are this year's sponsors.

Buy tickets today at https://thesfhunt.com to be part of the adventure on June 1.

Sam Goldstein

Source: Handstand
Filed Under: Event

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