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Trekking The National Parks:

The Family Board Game (2nd Edition)

How-to-Play
How to Play & FAQ- Trekking the National Parks

Would you rather read the rules? Click here to download the PDF rule book.

 



Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Once I occupy the major park Acadia, and I have the ability to trade any 2 Trek cards in for one wild, how many times can I use this ability each turn?

A: If you occupy Acadia, you can use the ability as many times as you like on your turn (2 cards = 1 wild,  4 cards = 2 wild ...etc)

 

Q: What is the Bear piece used for?

A: The bear piece is simply a 'first player token'. Whoever takes the first turn of the game holds onto the bear until the end of the game is triggered. All players are supposed to get an equal number of turns, and this helps you remember who went first.

 

Q: If a player has occupied a major park card with a tent, may other players pass through and land on that major park?

A: Yes. They are also eligible to occupy the major park with their own tent if they haven't already done so.

 

Q: If a player collects ALL of the stones of one color, or if she collects the majority and no one else collects any of that color by the game’s end, does that player get BOTH the most and 2nd-most stones cards?

A: No, they would only receive the Most stone bonus.

 

 

How to Play & FAQ- Trekking the National Parks

Would you rather read the rules? Click here to download the PDF rule book.

 



Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Once I occupy the major park Acadia, and I have the ability to trade any 2 Trek cards in for one wild, how many times can I use this ability each turn?

A: If you occupy Acadia, you can use the ability as many times as you like on your turn (2 cards = 1 wild,  4 cards = 2 wild ...etc)

 

Q: What is the Bear piece used for?

A: The bear piece is simply a 'first player token'. Whoever takes the first turn of the game holds onto the bear until the end of the game is triggered. All players are supposed to get an equal number of turns, and this helps you remember who went first.

 

Q: If a player has occupied a major park card with a tent, may other players pass through and land on that major park?

A: Yes. They are also eligible to occupy the major park with their own tent if they haven't already done so.

 

Q: If a player collects ALL of the stones of one color, or if she collects the majority and no one else collects any of that color by the game’s end, does that player get BOTH the most and 2nd-most stones cards?

A: No, they would only receive the Most stone bonus.

 

 

Trekking the National Parks is an award winning family board game where up to six players can visit our country’s majestic parks in a fun and competitive way! Gathering trek cards allows players to move across the map and claim valuable park cards. If a player is the first to visit a National Park, they collect that park's stone, which award bonus points at the end of the game. Players must jockey for position and make tough tactical decisions at every turn to emerge victorious!
  • Players: 2-5
  • Ages: 10+
  • Time: 30-60 Mins
  • CELEBRATE THE NATIONAL PARKS AT YOUR NEXT GAME NIGHT

    Trekking the National Parks brings the fun and challenge of modern family board games to your table. The game was specially designed to be both entertaining and educational. Every park card features an interesting fact and gorgeous photograph that will inspire players to explore the protected natural wonders of America. Each game also begins with a unique setup that alters the play experience in surprising ways, allowing for endless replayability. Trekking the National Parks is the perfect gift to anyone who loves the outdoors and board games.

    Contents of Trekking the National Parks Board Game Box

    AWARD WINNING FAMILY BOARD GAME

    Join the race across america in the Mensa Select award winning family board game!

    Mensa Select is an annual award given by American Mensa since 1990 to five board games that are original, challenging and well designed. The awards are presented at the annual Mensa Mind Games competition.

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