Can You Solve This Puzzling Puzzle? Only A Few Can!


A good puzzle isn’t just a simple brain teaser – it’s a challenge that draws on multiple areas of knowledge and gets you thinking about how everything fits together.

The puzzle below provides one heck of a challenge. And it comes from a surprising source: a Soviet-era kid’s magazine! I think once you’ve had a chance to peruse the puzzle you’ll agree that kids in the Soviet Union probably would have had more fun reading about Archie and Jughead. But you can’t say the Soviets didn’t challenge their brains!

Best of luck! Let us know how you did!

Here are the questions and the puzzle:

1. How many tourists are at the camp?

2. When did they arrive, today or days before?

3. How did they get there?

4. Is there a town nearby?

5. Which way is the wind blowing, north or south?

6. What time of day is it?

7. Where did Alex go?

8. What was the name of the person on duty yesterday?

9. What day is it today?

Click through to read the answers!


Click through to read the answers!