Each team receives a map that shows ALL of the control points. Each control has a point value which is indicated on the map. Controls that are distant from the start/finish area and/or difficult to find, have higher point values. The controls may be found in any order that the team wishes. The team that collects the highest number of total points during a set period (60 minutes for this meet) will be the winner unless another team collects the same number of points in a shorter time. On the other hand, a team that does not return until the set period has expired will have penalty points subtracted from their point total. The penalty points may quickly reduce a team’s net points, perhaps even reducing them to zero! Wear a watch, look at it and do not return late!
|Start time||Wednesday, May 18th, 9:30 am|
Time: Registrations this year will be accepted until midnight on the Wednesday one week before the meet day.
Meet directors: Oliver Tabay
Course setters: Oliver Tabay
|Major intersection||16500 Peel Regional Rd 50, Caledon, ON L7E 3E7|
Albion Hills Conservation Area is located 9 km NW of Bolton on Hwy 50. Bolton itself is about 14km NW of the junction of Hwy 50 and Hwy 7 which
The meeting point is at main Chalet.
|Location|| Albion Hills Conservation Area |
Contour Interval: 5m
$7.00 for one single covers the $3.50 gate fee to the conservation area plus one map, and one (loaned) dibber. $14.00 for one pair covers the $7.00 gate fee, two maps, and one (loaned) dibber…Triples at $21.00 are possible but NOT recommended. Note that singles, pairs, and triples compete in the same categories
There are medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each age class for both males and females. Each winning competitor will receive a medal no matter whether he or she entered as a single or as part of a pair or a triple.