Wing Wang Baconators
Video a teammate throwing a doughnut hole as fast as they can at another teammate's face (Protect your eyes!).
COMPLETE BOTH COTOPAXI CHECKPOINT CHALLENGES - Submit team photo with all passport stamps visible.
Evening - TIMEFRAME (5pm-7pm) - Find us at Ann Morrison park (where we had check-in). The challenge takes some time to complete, plan accordingly.
It is NOW the end of your 24th hour of Questival, share with us the best photo/video of where you ended up. Don't forget the totem.
Food toss trick shot, get fancy tossing food into a teammate's mouth
Make then eat a dish entirely out of condiments
Everyone on your team eats one raw clove of garlic each. #foryourhealth
Cook a pancake, try to make the it in the shape of a llama.
As a team hold a "wall sit" as long as you can.
Have a teammate do 50 consecutive unbroken pushups and submit a timelapse video of the feat (don't forget your totem).
Get at least 15 high fives in 15 seconds from people not participating in the Questival.
Do your best parkour moves at a local park. Loudly state the word "Parkour" while performing these daring moves.
Tell your best joke in 15 seconds or less.
Jump into a natural (not a pool) body of water with your clothes on. Bring a towel!
Do a flip into a pond, river or lake.
***PRIZE CHALLENGE*** Dance on the ceiling, I don't care how just figure it out Lionel Richie did it so you should too.
Go to a restaurant serving food from a country you've never been to, and eat a dish you've never heard of. Be honest, really try something new and make it count.
Feed a meal from a street vendor to one of your teammates only using your elbows.
Find a peaceful outdoors space, sit down and take 5 minutes to relax in silence and enjoy the moment. (Timelapse, don't forget your totem)
Creatively take a photo with your favorite piece of street art that you find during Questival.
Donate to the IRC by clicking on this link. Take a screenshot of your donation to an IRC rep at the onsite Cotopaxi Store. They'll give you a piece of fabric to write a "Message of Hope" to a refugee. We'll combine these flags from every city to create a giant display at the end of the year.
Afternoon - TIMEFRAME (noon-2pm) - Find us in Camel's Back Park. Plan accordingly, checkpoint closes at 2:00pm exactly.
Upload a photo collage of 4 Boise traffic boxes featuring the work of local artists. Tell us which is your favorite in the caption.
Take a team photo in front of the Capitol Building. Tell us what the official Idaho State nickname is in the caption.
Do a little research about the Basque People, and take a team photo at the basque Block. Tell us something you learned in the caption.
Eat 1 tablespoon of blue cheese, and immediately after swallowing sing "I'm Blue" by Eiffel 65.
Swap shoelaces with a member of a different team. Two totems required in the submission.
Timelapse footage of your entire team holding a team plank as long as possible. One teammate may film. #respect. (don't forget your totem)
Create a 15 second informational video about the work of one of Cotopaxi's grantees.
Prepare and eat an MRE/Mountain House meal #CampEats.
Watch a sunset. Take a break and enjoy the moment. (Sunset friday is at about 7:30 pm)
Do a wheelie on a bike for 4 seconds or longer.
Do a load of laundry. Hang dry instead of using a dryer (energy saver, what what!).
Complete the kickoff challenge at 7:30 (It will be announced from the stage)
Eat something from one of the check-in party food vendors and take a quick pic.
Take a team photo with the Techo 3 tent in front of the Cotopaxi mobile retail unit.
Take a selfie or a team picture with Miguel the Llama. (We will announced from the stage when Miguel arrives)
Play Llama "Cornhole" at the Festival with another team
Play Giant "Beer" Pong at the Festival with another team
Take a selfie in front of the Corvette in the festival area. You can also enter a raffle to win the car or a trip to Mexico.
Successfully arrive at the kick-off/launch party at having parked legally and lawfully or take public transport.
Visit one of your favorite local places in nature.