a competitive sport in which participants find their way to various checkpoints across rough country with the aid of a map and compass
a diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea, showing physical features
the wording on a map or diagram explaining the symbols used.
can be figures, shapes, lines, colors, etc.
a method used to measure a distance often used with a compass. pacing is usually split up into segments which are a known distance (50m) that are paced multiple times (trials). once calculated, pacing can be used to travel correct distances on a map.
a detailed description on a map of the natural or artificial features of any area. topography maps use color or contour lines to show elevations between sea level and mountain ranges.
a course along which someone/something moves; the guidance of someone or something
conveying information through the exchange of words or commands between two or more participants
the belief that someone is reliable, good, honest, or effective; when one person is willing to rely on the actions of another
a navigational instrument that shows direction in a frame of reference that is stationary relative to the Earth