Map: Beaver Lake
LOST PROPERTY NOTICE:
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ROUTE GADGET :
Watch a map of your run for this event as compared to others : http://orienteering.ca/cgi-
Thanks to everyone who made it out today, we had a record turnout of almost 60 teams and well over 80 competitors. Results are posted to the left, and you can also view your individual splits online at : http://www.obasen.nu/winsplits/online/en/default.asp?page=classes&databaseId=24912&ct=true
And many thanks to the helpers at the event - Hayden Earle and Nicole Eby on the Registration, Adrian Low on the Start, Petra Strougal on the SI and Marie Burgess for beginers clinics and control setting and collection. Particular thanks to Scott Sheldrake for setting up the SI, dealing with the results and helping collect controls, and to Linda Hildebrandt for some great courses.
Latest Update: Due to a fair amount of rain in the last 24 hrs, the trails are muddy and quite wet in sections. Please wear footwear you can afford to get wet. We recommend bringing an extra pair or shoes to change into after you finish your course. No worries - the event is still on, for some more mud = more fun! :)
This B-Meet will take place at Beaver Lake Park. Beaver Lake Park is an excellent area with an intricate trail network and a mix of interesting terrain. Enough to challenge those new to orienteering and those seasoned orienteers looking for a good run. As always, beginners are welcome. Please identify yourself at registration and we will organize a quick beginner clinic for you. We also welcome the army, air and sea cadets from various local Victoria corps and squadrons who will be participating in this event as part of their Vancouver Island Cadet Orienteering Championships.
Registration: Registration and the Start/Finish will be located at the south end of the main beach. Watch for signs as you enter the main parking lot to guide you in. Registration times are between 12:00 to 1:00 pm.
Starts: Will commence at 1:00 pm. Course closure will be at 3:30 pm
Courses: There will be four levels of courses, including:
- C-1 Beginner - short (approx 2 km) easy on trail controls
- C-2 Intermediate - longer (approx 3 km) on and slightly off-trail controls
- C-3 Advanced - short, challenging control legs
- C-4 Advanced - long, challenging control legs
Bring: a compass and whistle (mandatory). Wear clothing that is suitable for running. Long pants for off-trail travel is highly recommended.
SI: This event will be using Sport-Ident punching bring your stick or $2 to rent one
Cost: $8 per adult, $5 per junior (19 and under). Membership required. (Free for first-time participants)