Fun indoor sprint at Nærum Gymnasium (high school) in Nærum, Denmark. I finished 18th of 50-some people running the "oldies" course which had ideally no more than 6 stair climbs*, and 13 controls. 1:700 map scale. Control descriptions were fun with a piano designated by a symbol that looked like a few keys on a keyboard. :-) The first control was a short leg to a toilet stall
It was very tricky with blocked passageways and rearranged tables creating difficult route choice decisions. I failed the test on 8-9 and especially 9-10, where after the race I found the optimum route. Winsplits shows that the best time for the route was probably about a minute and a half (the two people with times around 30 seconds probably cheated and ran the wrong way in the one-way corridor from my 9-10; the optimum route had too many zigs and zags and two staircases); I took over 9 minutes trying to figure it out.
I was in overall first place at one point until my booboos. I was stymied the most by the staircase mapping, where I thought the red meant I could only go the direction of the stairway arrow, when that wasn't always the case, and *took some routes around that I didn't need to.
Anyway, it was pretty awesome. A portion of one of the maps is on Instagram, here