Colon Treasure

Colon Treasure

Colon Treasure

It was during the XVIII century that Pierre Colon, a highwayman nicknamed the Pigeon, hid in the grottoes of Folx-les-Caves to escape from the forces law and order. Today nobody knows the exact spot in the grottoes that extend to six acres, their walls pitted with the marks of pickaxes. Yet it must have been somewhere here that the Pigeon hid the valuables snatched from wealthy travellers through the district. Rumour claims that a precious brilliant was never found.

Only his last Will provides the clue to where this costly treasure lies. Those taking part assume the role of Colon’s great-grandchildren who are invited to hear the Will read inside the grottoes.  At once, the search for the dazzling diamond can start. Which of Colon’s descendants will succeed in overcoming the darkness of this dread place, peopled as it is with witches and magicians?

Various missions like the manipulation of a laser beam, the research through night glasses or with a metal detector, the deciphering of a secret code, the gallows proof can lead you to the treasure.

Practical info:

  • Duration: 3 hours.
  • Location: Folx-les-Caves or Kanne.
  • Participants: from 10 to 250 people.
  • Period: all year, can take place inside.


Team factor


Experience of nature


Physical effort

Everyone was very excited about the day and the activity was really very well rated

Karen Wandels


The environment and the missions were something different than the typical team building that you often see or hear. We would definitely do it again.

Stefanie Standaert

SA Trox Belgium