The rules for trail orienteering are competitors must determine, along an accessible course no competitor may leave, which of various controls in a small area is the one indicated on the map.
Trail orienteering is a sport where disabled competitors navigate through diverse terrain and visit, in sequence, different points on a map. The competitor with the most accurate navigation of the course is the winner. Trail orienteering is a form of orienteering that is accessible to disabled competitors on equal terms as other able bodied competitors. This is achieved by altering the objectives from time to accuracy. Thus, competitors still navigate a predetermined course from point to point, but the winner is the competitor who is the most accurate.