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Creatively take a photo with your favorite piece of street art that you find during Questival.
Find and take a team photograph with this art instilation during daylight hours. (tap this challenge then tap GO >)
Eat at a roadside diner, order the 8th thing on the menu.
Have a teammate do 50 consecutive unbroken pushups and submit a timelapse video of the feat (don't forget your totem).
Find one of Atlanta's tiny doors and take a photo with it. http://www.tinydoorsatl.com/
Visit the Krog Street Tunnel and take a team photo for your imaginary album cover.
Cool off in a natural waterfall (in = completely under getting wet).
Boulder one problem outdoors.
Take a video of a team member drinking High Brew in motion via paddle, surf, swim, hike, bike, etc.
Grab a High Brew at check-in and save it for a challenge that will come later.
While camping in the wilderness recite a Cotopaxi rap around a campfire.
While camping in the wilderness dowse a campfire.
While camping in the wilderness sing a pop song around your campfire.
Successfully arrive at the kick-off/launch party at Grant Park having parked legally and lawfully or take public transport.
While camping in the wilderness make s'mores over a campfire add an extra ingredient and share your recipe in the caption.
Hold a formal hula hoop Contest with stranger
Find a Razor scooter, and shoot a 15 second demo video trying to get sponsored.
Document the largest spider you can find. Not from a store or cage/terrarium.
Take a selfie or a team picture with Miguel the Llama. (We will announced from the stage when Miguel arrives)
Take part in the "Follow-the-Llama" Dance competition, get a photo/video of someone from your team participating. #goforthegold!
Eat something from one of the check-in party food vendors and take a quick pic.
Donate to the IRC by clicking on this link (link in column I). 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.