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IS THIS TRAIL FOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT OR SPECIAL EVENT?

Why not make it even more special by personalising the Trail
  • Change the name of the Trail
  • Add your own front cover photo
  • Get creative with your own back story to set the scene of the mystery
  • And with a Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail you can even change as many of the suspect images as you like with photos of loved ones
  • You can personalise all, or part of the Trail for just £12.99 (additional copies are £6.99)


  • YOUR CASE



    Evil archaeologist Shuvlyn Pick discovers a priceless Roman artifact whilst digging in the city park, which by rights belongs to the citizens. He buries the relic at a secret location, intending to dig it up later to sell to a private dealer for vast sums of money. But wait....you find a map with a series of locations marked on it. All you have to do now is discover the right location, and return the treasure to the citizens. Let the hunt begin!

    Old St. Albans



    The Roman St. Albans Trail leads you through what was the major roman settlement of Verulamium. Starting at the Roman Museum it follows paths and streams to the cathedral and town centre of beautiful St. Albans. A charming city steeped in ancient history.

    The Trail is approximately 2 miles long,and will take you about 2 hours to complete. There is a slight incline up to to the cathedral, which may prove challenging for wheelchair users.

    Trail booklets for Hertfordshire and surrounding counties are on sale at the Hertford Tourist Information Centre, 10 Market Place. Hertford SG14 1DG. Tel: 01992 584322.

    Already done this Trail and keen to submit your answer?

    Please enter your Unique Reference Number (found on the back of your Trail) below and then click on the arrow.





    WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
    Great idea to make walking fun. Clues were hard enough to make it a challenge but not so hard that our children lost interest.