The Organ Trail
On the morning of the Zombie Crawl, join your fellow zombies on the ORGAN Trail. Run, walk, or crawl around downtown Denver in this urban adventure that is part Amazing Race, part Fear Factor, and part Haunted House.
Zombie hordes will solve clues in order to identify locations in downtown Denver where they will complete checkpoints. Fun for all and the zombies with the fastest legs and the quickest BRAINS! will take home the cash.
Joining a Team
How many people can join a team?
The Organ Tail is meant for teams of 2 - 6 participants.
How do I join a team?
Create a name for your team by clicking 'Create a Team' on the order form and adding your team name (after you Don't just choose a name from the team list unless you actually were planning to be on that team. :-)
What if my team is already in the list?
If your team name is already registered, you can simply join your team by selecting it from the list.
Can I join any team that is already created?
Please don't just join any team unless you've already made arrangements to be on that team. You might be taking the spot of someone already slated for that spot. If you don't have a team, rally the troops, come up with a new team name, and register!
Start/Finish lines: Skyline Park (16th Street Mall and Arapahoe)
Time Limit: 4 hours – more time this year!
Distance: Teams (2-6 zombies) will run/walk/crawl or use public transportation to travel throughout downtown – most teams will travel 3-4 miles. Accepted transportation: running, walking, crawling, mall bus, RTD bus/light rail.
Not allowed: private vehicles, taxis, pedi-cabs, scooters, bicycles/B-cycles, skates/blades, skateboards, any other form of transportation not listed specifically above.
What to Bring
Cell/mobile phone – Smart phones (especially those with cameras and/or GPS), although technically not required, will provide a significant advantage. At least one person on each team should have a smart phone in order to successfully complete all of the challenges.
Digital camera – Each team must also have at least one functioning digital camera. A smart phone could meet the requirement for both phone and camera. Teams may be required to take and show pictures to race organizers during or after the race.
Clothing – Costumes are encouraged. Most teams will dress as zombies. Other costumes (without wheels) and regular race clothes are allowed. Clothing may become dirty or even permanently stained/damaged during the event. We are not responsible for any damage to personal belongings during the race. Race bibs must be clearly displayed at all times.
Money – a small amount of cash ($10) might be necessary to complete a challenge. Cash can also be used to purchase drinks/snacks as needed.
Identification – At the start line, you will be required to show a photo ID in order to obtain your race packet (bib, pins, shirt, etc.). No ID and you do not participate.
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