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Treasure Trails - The Fun Way to ExploreExplore Beautiful Richmond & Easby Abbey with a Treasure Trail!

Treasure Trails have created two fun Treasure Hunt Trails around the historic market town of Richmond and challenge YOU to solve the clues to find out where the hidden treasure is buried or solve the mystery of poor Tim Panny!

Richmond Treasure TrailsThe Trail booklets contain easy to follow directions leading you around the main sights and most interesting aspects of Richmond & Easby whilst you find and solve the clues.

Trails can be done in your own time and at your own pace and clues are located on existing buildings, plaques and monuments around the town. You will also learn some interesting facts about the area on route.

On the back page of the Trail booklet is a map with lots of locations and clues. Each clue answer will correspond to a place on the map which you need to cross off. At the end of the Trail you will be left with the one location where the treasure is hidden or the information with which to crack the case!

To check your answer, simply submit it online.

Chance to win some real Treasure! All correct answers are entered into the monthly £100 prize draw

Trails cost £6.99 to download instantly, or you can purchase a professionally printed and packaged version which will be posted straight to your door.

Richmond Treasure Hunt

Length: 2 miles walking
Duration: 2.5 hours
Terrain: Paved footpaths, pavements, cobbles, steps and some steep sections.
Wheelchair friendly: No
Pushchair friendly: Yes - light pushchairs only due to some steep sections
Dog friendly: Yes

For more information about the Richmond Trail, visit Treasure Trails North Yorkshire Website

Richmond Riverside & Easby Abbey Murder Mystery

Length: 3.75 miles walking
Duration: 2.5+ hours
Terrain: Riverside paths and tracks which can get muddy at times so be prepared!
Wheelchair friendly: No
Pushchair friendly: No
Dog friendly: Yes (allowed in abbey on a lead)

For more information about the Richmond River & Easby Abbey Trail, visit Treasure Trails North Yorkshire Website

Both Richmond Trails are now available to buy at Castle Hill Bookshop.

Treasure Trails – the fun way to explore!

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