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LAOC Big Horse Corn Maze
LAOC is setting another Maze-O in Temecula this year. Details can be found on the LAOC event page here: http://losangelesorienteering.org/drupal/big-horse-corn-maze-1 Copied in part from their site. Please visit their site for current information and details SCHEDULE 7:30 am - 9:00 am Corn Maze O: Registration 8:00 am - 9:00 am Corn Maze O: Starts 9:45 am Corn Maze O: Course Closes COURSE OPTIONS: FREE FORM - Suitable for less experienced orienteers and walkers. You will receive a map that shows all of the control circles and may punch them in any order. Results will be ordered first by how many controls you found and then by the time you took to find them. CLASSIC - Suitable for more experienced orienteers moving at a faster pace. You will receive a map that shows a standard course with numbered circles. You must visit all of the controls in numbered order. Results will be ordered by time. TIME LIMIT - Everyone must be out of the maze by 9:45am, regardless of your start time. Controls will be picked up promptly at 9:45.

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33320 Temecula Parkway · Temecula, CA

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Orienteering is the "Thinking Sport". It involves decision making & map reading in addition to a great workout.

Orienteering is the sport of navigation with map and compass. It's easy to learn, yet always challenging. The object is to run or walk to a series of points shown on the map, choosing routes - both on and off trails - to find all the points and get back to the finish in the shortest amount of time. The points on the course are marked with orange/white flags called "controls".

Orienteering is enjoyed by a wide range of people - hikers, kids, mountaineers, runners, scouts, family groups - anyone interested in fitness, the outdoors, and mental and physical challenge. Every orienteering meet offers a choice of courses that vary in length and difficulty, from easy trail walks, to strenuous runs.

San Diego Orienteering (SDO) is a volunteer run organization.

SDO - Educates members and the general public about the sport of orienteering.

SDO - Educates and instructs in map reading and land navigation. SDO - Increases awareness and respect for the natural environment.

SDO - Stimulates participation in Orienteering through organized activities and events.

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