Can you solve the riddles to unlock your treasure?
When you receive your treasure box, clues will be provided that lead you and your team to secret locations where you can unlock the next piece of the puzzle.
Tours are self-guided! You purchase the box and adventure at your own pace. It can be done in a few hours, or over the course of multiple days, depending on your level of skill and dedication.
Don’t worry, if you get stuck, hints are available!
The Treasure is Real!
Every KTT treasure box comes filled with actual treasure.. you know, like coins, jewelry, rare trinkets… every box is exciting and different. Get yours today and start the hunt!
LIMITED EDITION: Quest of the Sugarplum Fairy!
For a limited time, we have available this special winter quest! Similar to the treasure boxes described below, you purchase a treasure box at one of our local retailers, and solve three riddles to unlock the treasures inside. All riddle locations are readily accessible in winter and snowy fun awaits you!
Keweenaw Treasure Boxes
For these quests, you purchase a locked box filled with treasure and solve three riddles to unlock your treasure. The riddles lead you to a location somewhere in the Keweenaw Peninsula (north of Highway M-38) All treasure box quests also include a bonus challenge quest inside, that leads you to a geocache-style treasure box.
Quest for the Golden Moose
This is the first quest in our Elusive Creatures series, and designed for beginners and families.
This quest will challenge your wits and take you off the beaten path, to discover some hidden gems of the Copper Country.
Lair of the Wolf
We think this final quest of the Elusive Creatures Series is the most challenging, mentally and physically.
The Mini-Quest series are local quests with a single riddle, that leads you to geocache-style* treasure box in a specific area. These quests are usually completed in under an hour and the treasure is great for kids.
Mystical Troll Mini-Quest
Houghton / Hancock
Michigan trolls are a bit different from those of Norse mythology, and all Yoopers know they originate south of the bridge. This quest is dedicated to all our troll friends who visit from “unda da bridge”.
More Mini-Quests Coming Soon…
Calumet, Copper Harbor, Lake Linden, Chassell, etc.
We’re working as fast as we can to bring you more family fun!
*Geocache-Style Treasure Boxes
Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world. Traditional geocaches contain small toys or other trade items and players are encouraged to leave an item of equal value for each item they take.
Most Keweenaw Treasure Tours activities include a geocache-style treasure box, as mentioned above. You are not required to leave an item for each item you take, but you are certainly welcome to! Don’t forget to sign the logbook inside the box! We love reading your log entries.
If you need help with a quest, please visit our Hints Page.
For all other inquiries, please contact:
Keweenaw Treasure Tours
53566 Pontiac Rd.
Hancock, MI 49930
+1 586 709 5888