1: A pilot launches at Cooper’s
and flies to Rawlin’s Cliffs (the black
line below). The pilot then flies to Camel’s
Hump (red line), and then on to Cherryville
(orange line). If the pilot lands there,
this flight would be scored as an open-distance
On the same flight, the same pilot, instead
of landing at Cherryville, attempts to fly back
to Cooper’s. The pilot sinks out
at the base of Camel’s Hump (the blue
line below). This flight would be scored
as an out-and-return (OR) flight since the "return"
portion was greater than 50% of the "out"
distance (but barely).