Terminology There aren’t many rogaines happening at the moment, so here is a NSW Rogaine Questionnaire to get you into a rogaine ‘headspace’ that will help organizers, to better understand the level of rogaine ‘literacy’ within the rogaine community, and plan enjoyable events, Email (optional) if you want us to send you a copy of your results. Otherwise you can see them at the end of the quiz. We will not save this email address or use it for any other purpose. (1 Points) The ‘thing’ you use to prove you have made it to the flag is the: FlagLaserNavlightTagSI UnitControl card(1 Point) The point marked in the centre of the control/checkpoint circle on the map always marks the precise location of the flag.TrueFalse(1 Points) "A" knoll implies the flag is placed on:One of several knolls within the circle marked on the mapA knoll that is there but too small to show on the mapA knoll that is recognisable on the mapA feature that is not actually a knoll(1 Points) "The" knoll implies the control flag is placed on: One of several knolls within the circle marked on the mapA knoll that is there but too small to be shown on the map but is actually thereA knoll that is a feature that is recognisable on the mapA feature that is not actually a knoll(1 Point) Which of the following is correct?‘Watercourse’ is the correct term for a ‘creek’‘Watercourse’ is the correct term for a ‘stream’‘Watercourse’ is the correct term for a ‘river’Watercourses are marked as blue linesA blue line doesn’t always mean water, or even a defined channel, will be present, but indicates where water would flowAll of the above(1 Point) A gully: Is always shown as a ‘blue’ line on a mapNever appears as a ‘blue’ line on a mapMay or may not be where a ‘blue’ line is drawn on the map(1 Point) A knoll is: The highest point on the mapThe top of small hill or moundOnly found on a ridgeOnly found on a spurThe smaller of two or more hills(1 Point) A spur: A sloping ridgeIs an alternative description for a ‘ridge’Is the high point of a ridgeThe side of a ridge(1 Point) A ridge: Always ends at a river/creek/gully/water courseSometimes ends at a river/creek/gully/water courseIs an alternative description for a ‘spur’Is a line of high ground such as the spine of a mountain range joining knolls and saddles(1 Point) Using the term ‘cliff’ implies: It is always a feature drawn on the mapIt is not always a feature drawn on the mapIt is never drawn on the map.(1 Point) The term ‘cliff’ is: A feature that is at least 5m highA feature that is at least 10m highA feature that has no defined height but assumes you will not be able to climbA feature you will be disqualified if you attempt to climbe(1 Point) A saddle: Is the low point between two high pointsIs only located along a ridgeis the low point within an otherwise flat fieldis the high point within an otherwise flat field(1 Point) An ‘attack point’: Is a feature to aim for on the route to the chekpoint that is directly in line with the checkpoint/controlIs an obvious feature beyond control that can be used to notice you have gone too farIs an obvious feature on the way to the control that can be used as a waypoint for navigation(1 Point) A "catching feature' Is a feature to aim for that is directly in line with the checkpoint/controlIs an obvious feature beyond control that can be used to notice you have gone too farIs an obvious feature on the way to the control that can be used as a waypoint for navigation(1 Point) An ‘attack point’ and a ‘catching feature’ can both be useful for navigating to a checkpoint/control. TrueFalse(1 Point) What is the origin of the name "Rogaine"?Acronym for "Rugged Outdoor Group Activity Involving Navigation and Endurance"Derived from Zulu word for "Long Distance Hunt"Derived from the three founders' names ROd, GAIl and NEIlNamed after the hair regrowth product becuase such a draining sport makes you lose all your hair(0 Points) How many rogaines have you done? 1-56-2021-5050+(0 Points) How many years ago did you start rogaining? 1-23-56-1011-1515-25>25(0 Points) The feature I typically like the least because it tends to be difficult to find is a: SaddleCliffGullySpurKnollRidgeHH ☺Shallow gully(0 Points) Given the range of rogaine terminology that exists, it would be useful to have a glossary provided with each rogaine event. YesNo(0 Points) What do you call the location of the circle on the map? The checkpointThe controlThe flagThe control pointAll of the above(0 Points) In addition to using a compass when I navigate I typically: Count steps to approximate how far I have travelledTime my walking so I can approximate how far I have travelledCount steps and time my walking so I can approximate how far I have travelledRarely count steps or time my walking(0 Points) I have not previously paced out (or have forgotten) how many steps I take to move 100 m, so if rogaines had a 100 m distance marked, I would find that usefulYesNo(0 Points) A rogaine that included a checkpoint/control that was not marked on the map and provided ‘bonus’ points if you happened to find it would be: A fun ideaNot a good ideaOk if it was not worth ‘too many’ pointsI don’t care(0 Points) Orange clothing should be banned so rogainers can’t be confused with flags: YesNo(0 Points) Would you like to have a small "dot" inside the circle marking the exact location of the flag?Yes, it helps specify the exact location of the flagNo, it obscures essential detail(0 Points) To make it fair for a night time event, only one type of headlamp should be allowed. AgreeDisagree(0 Points) I would like rogaines to: Be consistent between events so I know what to expect and I can more easily manage a course safelyHave a bit of creativity between events so that it adds to the excitement and I encounter new challengesTime is Up!