(1 Points) The ‘thing’ you use to prove you have made it to the flag is the:
(1 Point) The point marked in the centre of the control/checkpoint circle on the map always marks the precise location of the flag.
(1 Points) "A" knoll implies the flag is placed on:
(1 Points) "The" knoll implies the control flag is placed on:
(1 Point) Which of the following is correct?
(1 Point) A gully:
(1 Point) A knoll is:
(1 Point) A spur:
(1 Point) A ridge:
(1 Point) Using the term ‘cliff’ implies:
(1 Point) The term ‘cliff’ is:
(1 Point) A saddle:
(1 Point) An ‘attack point’:
(1 Point) A "catching feature'
(1 Point) An ‘attack point’ and a ‘catching feature’ can both be useful for navigating to a checkpoint/control.
(1 Point) What is the origin of the name "Rogaine"?
(0 Points) How many rogaines have you done?
(0 Points) How many years ago did you start rogaining?
(0 Points) The feature I typically like the least because it tends to be difficult to find is a:
(0 Points) Given the range of rogaine terminology that exists, it would be useful to have a glossary provided with each rogaine event.
(0 Points) What do you call the location of the circle on the map?
(0 Points) In addition to using a compass when I navigate I typically:
(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 useful
(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:
(0 Points) Orange clothing should be banned so rogainers can’t be confused with flags:
(0 Points) Would you like to have a small "dot" inside the circle marking the exact location of the flag?
(0 Points) To make it fair for a night time event, only one type of headlamp should be allowed.
(0 Points) I would like rogaines to:
Time is Up!