You’ve planned the trip of a lifetime. You’re spending a few days in Canyonlands National Park exploring some of the most desolate backcountry on the planet. You’re two days into your remote journey when you stumble across a yet to be discovered ancient rock art panel. You’re giddy with excitement, and admittedly, you’ve been standing in awe for more than a significant amount of time.

The guide you hired is anxious to keep moving and get camp set up for the evening. He suggests he goes ahead while you continue to absorb the discovery. Tearing a paper from his journal, he draws you a crude map of the trail.  As you take the paper, a feeling of trepidation washes over you. What do you know about surviving on your own in the harsh desert? But you shake off the worry. Your guide is a professional, if he thinks you can find camp on your own, then you can find camp on your own.  And it turns out, you can! You are more than a little proud of yourself when you see the tent in the distance. However, when you enter the campsite, your skin begins to prickle. Something is off. It’s quiet. Too quiet. Even for the lonely desert. More ominous, someone is missing. Your guide. Do you have the skills to escape Base Camp on your own? Or will you fail, and hope somebody finds you before the coyotes do?


  • Team's have one hour to complete your mission and “escape” the room.
  • A successful escape will require you to find hidden clues and solve challenging puzzles.
  • Difficulty: 4/5
  • Max Occupancy – 2-8 people


Moab, UT