Some sample questions from this category:
* Maps made specifically for orienteering are at a 'human' scale. Terrain and features are mapped to show what a human would readily see when moving through an area, such as boulders that are waist high. What is the preferred scale for orienteering maps?
* Orienteering maps are standard throughout the world. They are generally printed in five colors, each color representing a different class of features. Of the following, which color does NOT go with its correct feature class?
* What is the contour interval (to show the shape of the land) on orienteering maps?
* Most standard orienteering courses consist of three parts. The 'start', the 'finish', and the in-between places that are circled and numbered on the map. These places are navigated to in sequential order. They are called ______.
* Children generally begin on a course that is marked by a continuous ribbon, or yarn, that leads them through the course so they don't get lost! They get exercise and exposure to maps. This course is known as the _____course.