Bruce Glen designed the four courses and, with Elaine, hung all of the 33 controls that were in use. The two advanced courses were provided with an additional new kind of O-challenge — a 750-meter-long stretch of Corridor Orienteering.
In this section most of the features had been removed from the map leaving an inch-wide strip of white with only a few bits of the map showing. These bits formed ‘the route’ that provided Orienteers with sufficient detail to locate the 3 controls that were placed along the way. Most of the Course 3 and 4 runners managed the section fairly well. Full results are here.