Hi all, I've been well & truly spammed into organising an orienteering competition for a sqn of not particularly energetic TA RLC Drivers. Never done orienteering before so itâs all new to me. We're lucky to have a country park with big hill & golf course just next to TAC so it's obvious choice for location. It'll be dark, cos its to be on the weeknight, and will have to be over in a couple of hours max. There's gonna have to be prizes to motivate them I reckon. The guys & gals are not bad at navigating roads in trucks, but thought theyâd better have a quick prep to brush up their bearings etc so current plan is 10 mins prep talk, three teams, 5 minutes staggered start, different route for each team, not marked but using existing features that can be IDed in the dark. Maybe even using flour markers like in hashing. Planning to give them a mix of grid refs to go to, distances on a bearing to go along, and features to look out for, presume I have to prepare route cards for them beforehand, and will have to recce the route in the dark at some time too. Also assume that Iâll need transport & medic on call. What sort of distance should I aim for? Iâm a cross-country runner (hence spammimg for this) & could run a fair way in 90 â 120 minutes, even in the dark, but donât want to kill any fat lance jacks â just yet anyway. Any ideas on the best way to go about it??