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spacer Tyler State Park, April 11, 2015

Please join us for a 1 day event at one of the most beautiful and runnable parks on our schedule.

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Tyler State park has some of the most runnable forest of all the venues used by NTOA. There are lots of interesting features and a minimal amount of heavy vegetation. Come see if your course visits a: depression, pit, re-entrant, hilltop, stream bend, rootstock, earthbank, knoll, or even a saddle.

We will be offering a full slate of choices, which include: White, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Green and Red courses.

This area is a great place for an orienteer to move up to a new course level or for a group to split into individual competitors, each orienteering at their own level. The park is fully bordered by fences and provides a wonderful variety of terrain and features for both the experienced and inexperienced alike.
   - Open to all skill levels

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[ Results as of Camp James Ray meet. ]

spacer Boy Scout Orienteering Merit Badge

A merit badge briefing will take place 30 minutes before the beginner’s clinic at the monthly meets of the North Texas Orienteering Association. For 2 day meets the briefing will be on day 1 only.

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or i en teer ing (noun): a cross-country race in which each participant uses a map and compass to navigate between checkpoints along an unfamiliar course.

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