Using handrails is an easy way to get from one control to the next. A handrail is a feature you can easily follow out in the woods, like a trail, water feature, distinct contour line (like running along a ridge line), or something similar. In the example below, the trail acts as the handrail from control 1 to control 2.
The Kenston Campus packs a lot into its quarter square mile of area. In addition to a 26 acre very runnable woods with a mile of trail, there are several smaller wooded areas, ponds lots of oddly shaped buildings & athletic fields, lots of boulders and even a very large windmill. You will find the full array of cross country courses from a 1 km beginner course to a 7 km advanced course. Because the venue is so complex, the navigation is challenging and fast with lots of route choices.