Clue 1


You've probably already noticed that the URL as written doesn't seem to work... So it must relate to something else.




Clue 2


The word "pmats", since it doesn't work, is probably pointing you in the right direction.




Solution


The word in the URL is the word "Stamp" written backwards. So you should look to your stamp for help completing the proper URL.




Clue 3


It's all right there, but unfortunately it isn't very "straightforward."




Clue 4


In fact, some would say this puzzle is downright backwards.





Clue 1


You probably know what you're looking for, and the image in the background helps confirm that.




Clue 2


Pay attention to anything that seems to stick out in the paragraph.




Solution


Notice, there are a series of numbers in the paragraph.




Clue 3


I'm counting on you to do this. I know you'll measure up.




Solution 2


Those numbers will form the height of a specific mountain.




Solution 3


27,940 ft is the height of Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world.





Clue 1


You've probably already noticed that the URL as written doesn't seem to work... So it must relate to something else.




Clue 2


The word "pmats", since it doesn't work, is probably pointing you in the right direction.




Solution


The word in the URL is the word "Stamp" written backwards. So you should look to your stamp for help completing the proper URL.




Clue 3


It's all right there, but unfortunately it isn't very "straightforward."




Clue 4


In fact, some would say this puzzle is downright backwards.





Clue 1


You probably know what you're looking for, and the image in the background helps confirm that.




Clue 2


Pay attention to anything that seems to stick out in the paragraph.




Solution


Notice, there are a series of numbers in the paragraph.




Clue 3


I'm counting on you to do this. I know you'll measure up.




Solution 2


Those numbers will form the height of a specific mountain.




Solution 3


27,940 ft is the height of Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world.





Clue 1


You probably know what you're looking for, and the image in the background helps confirm that.




Clue 2


Pay attention to anything that seems to stick out in the paragraph.




Solution


Notice, there are a series of numbers in the paragraph.




Clue 3


I'm counting on you to do this. I know you'll measure up.




Solution 2


Those numbers will form the height of a specific mountain.




Solution 3


27,940 ft is the height of Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world.





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