Kettle Lake - Cranbrook Standard
June 2nd 2013 11:00am - 2:00pm
Organizers: Wakana Heilman (Event Director), Chris Bullock (Course Planner)
Set in the Cranbrook Community Forest Kettle Lake is an ideal orienteering area: open runnable forest, an extensive trail network, technical terrain featuring rock features, ponds, small hills and open clearings.
This event has a choice of courses for those new to orienteering as well as technically challenging courses for intermediate and experienced orienteers.
|Score||Beginner to Advance Technical Difficulty|
|3.5 km P2P||Immediate Technical Difficulty|
|4.7 km P2P||Advanced Technical Difficulty|
1) Score Orienteering
Participants will have 75 minutes to locate as many controls as they can within the alloted time limit. Controls will be placed along trails as well as in more technical terrain so will offer something for all ability levels. Controls can be taking in any order.
2) Point to Point Orienteering (P2P)
There will be a choice of two middle distance orienteering courses offered. P2P courses required that controls must be visited in a specific order and all controls must be found.
Pre-registration is preferred. Select a course and category then pay on the day.
|Juniors 17 & under||$5.00|
|Not a member of an orienteering club?||add $5.00|
|First Time Orienteering (inludes membership)||$7.00|
On the Day Check-in and Registration
Kettle Lake Parking Lot: 11:00 - 12:00 noon
Beginners Clinic: 11:30
Score Orienteering Mass start: 12 noon
P2P Starts: Staggered starts, 1 minute apart beginning at 12:05
Course Closing & Awards: 3:00