Previously we have discussed how small a treasure hunt can be, but we haven’t touched on the subject of how big they can go. The sky and the budget is the limit. Take the USA television program, The Amazing Race, for example. Eleven couples race around the world to be the first back to win $1,000,000. Each stage of their journey takes participants to the most spectacular locations on the planet where they must solve clues to progress further. As it is televised, each team have camera crews glued to them, but if it wasn’t you could have far more competitors. The bigger you go, the more robust the clues and policing must be too, as there is far more at stake.
Scale is not a problem.