Every two years, the biggest orienteering competition in North America lands in the skilled hands of US orienteers. And this year, it is coming to our little neck of the woods. I say coming as if it just arrives and we have some fun, when actually, it is a lot of work for many individuals. It takes years to make the maps, set up courses, register all those forest runners and tie up all the loose ends.
Check out this article in Dartmouth’s Alumni Magazine: