Games of this section: Landforms | Rock and Boulders | Water and marsh | Vegetation | Man-made 1 | Man-made 2 | Technical | Course planning

Despite being included in ISOM, these symbols do not actually describe specific elements of the terrain. They are used to represent the courses on the map (as well as specific elements of the courses, such as control points, marked routes, etc.) for a given Orienteering event.

Exercise: Drag the symbol name to the rectangle below the correct symbol. After dragging all the names, click “Check” to see the result.

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