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P1 describe four different land-based outdoor and adventurous activities
Orienteering is an outdoor sport enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. It is a challenging outdoor adventure sport that exercises both the mind and the body. The aim is to navigate in sequence between control points marked on a unique orienteering map and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. Orienteering can take place anywhere from remote forest and countryside to urban parks and school playgrounds. It’s a great sport for runners, joggers and walkers who want to improve their navigation skills or for anyone who loves the outdoors. Orienteering requires both intelligence and stamina to cover the course in the most efficient manner.
Equipment needed: * Compass * Decent footwear (running shoes) * Map * Suitable clothing (waterproof)

British orienteering Federation was founded in 1967, its main purpose is to gather people together to participate in the sport, no matter how young, old or fit you are. Orienteering is a exciting sport that is recreational. You can walk, run and pace yourself to suit the course. The British Orienteering Federation has competitions, rankings and events and is spilt into 4 disciplines. Foot orienteering, ski orienteering, mountain bike orienteering and trail orienteering. The British Orienteering Federation is non-profitable, all income from the sport is put back into the organisations to develop it throughout the UK.
Places to participate in the sport.
Abbey Park - Nearest town, Leicestershire.
Adderstone Rigg - Nearest town, Pickering.
Aden Country Park- Nearest town, Mintlaw
Risk assessment

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