"We created a special treasure hunt package where you can start at the lodge," said Managing Director Richard Verruni.
For right around $150 guests will get a one night stay, a map, compass, survival kit and lunch for two to start the hunt for the famed Forrest Fenn treasure.
In 2011 Santa Fe Collector and Author Forrest Fenn published a memoir, The Thrill of the Chase . In it he includes a poem which he says provides clues to the location of a chest he hid filled with gold, jewelry and other items valued at nearly $2 million.
Many believe Fenn hid the treasure in the mountains north of Santa Fe.
"The lodge of course is an amazing resort that's located on 450 acres right at the base of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains which could very well be the site of the treasure," Verruni said.
It's not just Fenn's treasure they are helping people find though.
Verruni said they have teamed up with Santa Fe Mountain Adventures to offer scavenger hunts on the property for families and groups.
"So people can come here enjoy a mini-treasure hunt and reap the benefits of success and then maybe move on and try to capture the big treasure that Forrest Fenn has planted," said Owen Perillo of Santa Fe Mountain Adventures.
Even though there is no guarantee of finding Fenn's fortune The Bishop's Lodge hopes the thrill of the chase will be enough to fill up their rooms.
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