An Outside Escape is very suitable for larger groups up to about 60 participants. You will play in teams of 3-5 people. A teams can score points during the Outside Escape, so making it into a competition is easy. There will be a scoreboard at the end where all teams can see how they scored against each other. Our routes are always close to catering.

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How exactly does that work?

  • You can book an Outside Escape via our website or by paying via invoice (for invoice, please send us an email).
  • You coordinate the departure and the team layout yourself, there is no guidance on site.
  • Our routes are always close to restaurants, so starting with lunch or finishing with a drink is no problem.
  • There is often plenty of opportunity to take a break along the way.
  • Teams of about 4 people are the best, up to a maximum of about 60 people (read more about groups of 60+ here)
  • After ordering you give each team the link and a code (for example to share by mail or WhatsApp)
  • Make sure everyone brings a charged phone.

Once on location

  • The ‘team captain’ starts the game by being the first to enter the access code. Only the team captain can request hints.
  • Other team members can then start the game with the same access code, they get all the information except the hints.
  • It can be wise to have 2 or 3 teams leave after a few minutes, so that they do not get in each other’s way.
  • After that, the teams will disperse on their own, as one team solves the riddles faster than the other team.
  • Catching up with each other during the Outside Escape is fine.
  • Afterwards, each team is shown a scoreboard with the results of all teams.

Are you still in doubt? Request a demo of the route you want to do via our contact form.

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“Super activity to do with a large group, in small teams; mutual competition is fun for the fanatics. The scoreboard allowed us to compare at the end. The assignments were easy to do after puzzling for a while.”


~Naomi (36 year)

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