TRAIL ORIENTEERING

Trail O logoConventional orienteering combines fast running with precise navigation, typically through forests or over moorland. Trail Orienteering (Trail O) is a discipline of the sport designed so that people with disabilities could have meaningful orienteering competitions. It completely eliminates the element of speed over the ground, but makes the map-interpretation element much harder. Able-bodied people can compete on equal terms with the disabled.

This site is maintained by Anne Braggins, who chaired the International Orienteering Federation's Trail O Commission until January 2009

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Site last updated 15th July 2010 by Don Braggins.