READ THIS NOW! How fun to have someone at the gym come up to me and show me this article. And at the office, I received an email that referred to the magazine article. She wanted to know where to go to learn to orienteer. The sport will get lots of attention for this. I hope everyone will realize that it is just as much fun done non-competitively. It is a thinking challenge for all ages and all abilities. People with physical difficulties can participate in Trail-O (This does not mean it is just on trails) or as the Europeans refer to it: Pre-O for Precision Orienteering. Foot Orienteers struggle with this as you must look into the woods and see 4 different controls to determine which one is being referred to on your map. It is very difficult.
Orienteering is always a fun time for kids. Go to my web site to learn more