The South Queensferry Treasure Trail is a fun and imaginative way to explore. Can you follow the self guided route and solve the clues?
We've written a 1.5 mile walking route which should take around 2 hours to complete and set some sneaky clues on interesting & quirky permanent features for you to try and solve. Can you follow the route and solve the mystery?
Watch our “What is a Treasure Trail video below to learn everything you need to know!
The Trail starts at the west end of this small historic town and goes along the town as far as the Hawes pier. The route then heads around the harbour before returning to the start point.
Who's it for?
Children & adults aged between 6 & 106 will enjoy this self guided Trail. It really will bring out the "big kid in you" as everyone loves a treasure hunt!
When can it be done?
As the Trail is self guided you are in control. Enjoy the Trail on any day of the week and at a time to suit you. Daylight is your only consideration!
Where to get a Trail booklet?
Simply visit the Treasure Trails website to grab a copy of The South Queensferry Treasure Trail.
For a couple of enjoyable hours exploring Queensferry, a Trail booklet costs just £9.99 for the download and print at home option, ideal if you're keen to get exploring now. Or get a Trail booklet posted to you direct for £11.48 (including p&p).
Like what you see?
If the South Queensferry Treasure Trail sounds like the activity for you then visit the Treasure Trails website for more information by clicking on the "Visit Website" button above.
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