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Introduction to Orienteering

OrienteeringIn the simplest terms, orienteering is the process of using a map and compass to travel from one place to another. Traditionally, orienteering has been associated with competitive events where participants race cross-country with map and compass to find targets in the shortest period of time. Through lectures, classroom activities, and field exercises, you'll learn the fundamental skills of both competitive and wilderness orienteering.

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Code:09WI867
Dates:March 28, 2009    Check for other dates
Meets:Sa : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Hours:7.00
Location:Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Instructor:Neal Buckingham
Fee:$49  

Notes:Meet in the training room at the Sugarlands Visitor Center. Additional information is enclosed. Teachers seeking in-service credit should call us (974-0150) after class ends.

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