A wordless map and an E-card will be given to each team. Each team will walk through the checkpoints in the North District within two hours to gain the scores. The scores of the checkpoints vary according to the levels of difficulty. The team will receive different kinds of souvenirs based on the scores.
After completing the orienteering tasks, participants can also experience various Newly Emerged Sports and join the Social Inclusion Handcraft Workshops at the Carnival.
There are three categories. (2 – 4 people per team.)
Corporate (All participants must have reached the age of 15 or above on the event day.)
Open (All participants must have reached the age of 15 or above on the event day.)
Family (Each team should include at least an adult and a child aged 3 to 14. Parents or guardians should consider the child’s age and physical condition when enrolling in the event.)
Top Fundraising Award (Details will be updated.)
10th Anniversary Exclusive: Best Costume Award
* A special award in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the orienteering event. To enter the competition, costumes must contain the element of ‘10’.