by | Feb 8, 2022 | Out & Fun

A student at the Kantonsschule Zug, Charlotte Dawson-Townsend, has created a scavenger hunt in Cham called Bärejagd for her Matura project (senior final project). It’s a fun outdoor experience for families, clubs and groups in English and German. The project is supported by Cham Tourism.

Basically, the goal is to find the Chamer bear’s paw prints and solve his questions along the way. It starts in front of the Cham library. This is where you pick up your postcard. The postcard is your map and there is space on the back to write your solutions to the tasks. The Bärejagd also requires a smartphone with access to mobile data. And there’s no charge for this interactive trail!

For more information, here’s the link to the homepage: or please feel free to ask Charlotte if you have any questions:

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