It's a big year for milestones in Canada - we are 150 years young as a country and the sport of Orienteering is celebrating 50 years. To celebrate, the Toronto Orienteering Club is hosting an event that offers fun for the whole family. We're inviting friends new and old to come enjoy a day outside and celebrate the sport and the people in this city that love it. Long time Orienteers will enjoy a challenging 90 minute Score-O event and those young & old still getting to know their compass will enjoy beginner-friendly activities and perhaps a few surprises.
|Start time||Sunday, June 4th, 10:30 am|
Meet directors: Oliver Tabay Andrew Bell
Course setters: Mark Bognar
Clinic coordinator: Oliver Tabay
Enter the park from Greenwood Road and follow the signs to Greenwood Discovery Pavilion. We have the Glenview 1 site booked for this event.
|Location|| Greenwood Conservation Area|
Contour Interval: 5m
Score-O with 90 minute time limit.
Beginners will have the option to do a traditional point-to-point format event mainly on trails instead of the Score-O. This is also a great option for some of our younger participants. The distance of the course is 2km.
Adults: $25/person but ONLY $15 for TOC/UKR members
SportIdent electronic timing will be used at this event. Your entry fee includes the use of a SportIdent electronic timing card (SI card). If you have your own SI card, please provide the number when registering.