Trails End Hosts Fall Jeep Scavenger Hunt, Draws Statewide Participants
Twenty-eight teams participated in the event, which is held every April and October in Cooksburg.
Trails End began their bi-annual Jeep scavenger hunts 15 years ago. Now, the family-friendly events attract participants from across Pennsylvania and Ohio.
“People who come love (the scavenger hunt), and they want to do it again,” said Trails End owner Susie Irwin. “When they leave, they’re ready to do another one.”
Irwin said all participating vehicles in the fall scavenger hunt were Jeep Wranglers.
Teams were given riddle clues in order to find piles of rocks hidden in wooded areas along nearby roads. Each team collected a numbered rock from the pile, and scores were tabulated at the end of the four-hour event.
Travis Smith, of Clarion, and his team took home first place at the scavenger hunt.
(Photos courtesy of Trails End and Heather Ritchey)
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