...but hilly and thick with honeysuckle.
Being diplomatic...? :-D
I actually found myself enjoying MOST of the experience. With so many controls and short legs it was a good middle distance training - you constantly had to be alert and planning.
Not to say that eradicating the honeysuckle wouldn't have made it a whole lot nicer. And the rough open fields and occasional thorns are a bit tiresome.
When Nathan came back from running green, he had taken a good slashing across the stomach from a thorn bush - we will have to kid him that it looks like a C-section scar.
When I first looked at the map, I thought the King was taking us up and down every hill in the park (and I did kid him afterwards about the course having more gratuitous climb than the BCBCBCBC (inside joke - the Brown County Bicycle Club Beastly Covered Bridge Cruise, a tour notorious for non-stop ups and downs). But once I was actually on the course, it really didn't seem that bad. Lots of hills, some steep, but none very long - maybe 3 or 4 contours at a time.
Just a km away is a park that would be terrific for orienteering.
@dersu: What park is that?
I'm guessing you mean SugarCreek? Has MVOC mapped it? Are there issues regarding access and off trail use?