The Challenge of the Gods!

Disclaimer: I received an entry into this experience to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

Hello fellow mortals! I’m here to tell you about my experience with the Gods and Goddesses, spoiler free of course!

So as I previously mentioned, in my last blog post you start out with your first puzzle, which, figuring out the answer will give you your first run distance! Match it up with your Runkeeper app and hit the road!

As you run the gods will play their intro chime and drop some knowledge on you while you run! So it’s definitely recommended to wear a pair of headphones while you run, maybe wear your Aftershokz so you can also focus on your surroundings!

Miss a clue? Don’t worry, Hermes has your back (and the recordings of what the gods have said) Still stuck? Hermes also has a few hints to steer you in the right direction!

Hermes is here to help you out!

For me, I had the most fun figuring out the post run clues, because you would only know if you it’s correct a) if it helps you to unlock the next race, and b) if the answer makes sense

The characters all had such great personality, and it was fun getting to listen to them tell you about the world that was created for the experience!

Not to brag but I collected all the virtual medals

This was such a fun experience, and it drove me to run outside and explore new routes since I’m a treadmill runner at heart, and Runkeeper requires a moving GPS to deliver the clues!

Find out more info, and register for yourself over at Run to Escape and use code BIBRAVE10 for 10% off! Happy Running!

Published by mikepapasfritas

Husband, Runner, Blogger.

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