O-Cup race organized by UKR. Please come prepared to win! AND seeing that this is actually Valentine’s Day, there MAY just be some sweet treats given away as prizes. Come prepared for chocolate!

  • Overall Results
  • Individual Splits
  • Start time Sunday, February 14th, 10:30 am

    Meet directors: Oliver Tabay

    Course setters: Oliver Tabay


    Navigate Highway 400 to the Highway 88 exit at Bradford, approximately 40 km north of Toronto. Travel east approximately 6 km to the main intersection in downtown Bradford (former Highway 11, also known as Barrie Street). Turn north and travel approximately 3 km to the 9th Line, with a sign for Scanlon Creek C.A. Turn right (east) and travel approximately 1 km to the entrance to Scanlon Creek C.A. on your left.

    Follow the driveway past the entrance booth (where you should please pay your daily parking fee of $6 per vehicle, self-serve), bear right to the Nature Centre parking lot.


    Further parking information:

    Daily Parking - $2 per hour, $6 per day

    LSRCA charges a parking fee of $2 per hour, with a maximum daily amount of $6. *New –Pay by Phone

    There are three ways to pay parking fees to Scanlon Creek:

    • Download the MacKay Pay application and pay with your smartphone
    • Pay online at mackaypay.com
    • Pay by calling 1-844-334-7078

    The zone for Scanlon Creek is 3101.

    The first time you run the app or visit the website, you will be required to set up a user account and payment method (credit card / smart card).  Once your account is set up, paying for parking takes just a few seconds each time and adding more time is easy.


    Location Scanlon Creek Conservation Area

    Scale: 1:7500

    Contour Interval: 5m

    Revisions: TOC Major revisions: 2009 Ion Gheuca Updated Nov 2015 Ihor Palagnyuk


    The length of this run will depend on a participant’s handicap. O-Cup BOX & HANDICAP: This race will feature the O-Cup Box which consists of a set of 6 to 8 checkpoints which participants may visit in any order. Particpants may skip check points in the box equal to their handicap point total. To make the course more exciting, this will be a double-sided map, with the course designed in two parts (or a map exchange used). Handicap points are awarded as follows:


    Female 6 5 4 3 2 3 4 5 6 6
    Not Female 6 5 4 1 0 1 2 3 4 5
    Handicap of 2: Women in the top 10 of Canadian orienteering rankings
    Handicap of 0: Men ranked in the top 10 of Canadian orienteering rankings

    Bonus: We will also offer a Beginner Course to the event, for beginners to orienteering. While not part of the O-Cup Series, the Beginner Course will give new orienteerers a valuable chance to practice and develop their nascent skills. The course will be set entirely on trail, and quite safe for all ages. We do ask that very young children be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

    • Adults: $20/person but ONLY $10 for TOC/UKR members
    • Youth: $10/person (16 & under) but ONLY $5 for TOC/UKR members
    • Beginner Course: $10/person
    • Family: $40.00
    • Community Groups(cubs, scouts, guides, cadets, etc): $10.00/person

    An entrance fee of $10 per vehicle (no limit on # of passengers) applies. Carpooling is strongly suggested; it is possible to meet others at the Park & Ride at Hwy 400 & County Road 88 or possibly at the No Frills Plaza on Highway 11/Yonge Street about 2 km south of the turn off to Line 9.

    Please Note: 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. SI cards are also available for purchase from our site.


    As is a UKR/VO2 tradition, there will be prizes to the top 5 finishers plus a series of random door prizes. Please come prepared to win!
    AND seeing that this is actually Valentine’s Day, there MAY just be some sweet treats given away as prizes. Come prepared for chocolate!