Orienteering 1:40:00 
Hanging 31 controls for a navigation clinic I put on at Fountainhead aimed at adventure racers preparing for next weekend's Venture Quest sprint race. A holdup in permitting meant this wasn't publicised until 8 days in advance; ended up with 11 participants. Gave then a not-overlong lecture then they had a short yellow/orange course to warm up on, a line-O focusing on reading and following contour handrails, a control picking course, a course with longer legs emphasising route choice and, in case some navigational genius showed up, a memory-O. Let them all work through as much of it as they could or wished to manage in six hours. Just about everyone got through the line-O with one significant parallel error somewhere during it. Most then did part of either the route choice course or the control picking exercise or hybridised the two of them. I believe it was very useful for the adventure racers who had little nav experience but I don't think it was so useful for the one relatively long-time QOC member who registered. Think I'll do this again next year with a longer planning runup and, anticipating higher participation given that, at least one or two QOC members enlisted to help.