Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Thursday, November 06, 2008
Worth a lookEven if you can't read Norwegian, this blog (with lots of maps) is worth a look. Check out the 100 control training (which took just 40 minutes).
It looks like a lot of fun stuff is going on in Vancouver (the Hamilton of British Columbia?).
Back to okansas.blogspot.com. posted by Michael | 7:40 PM
I went up to Vancouver for the Sprint Camp last winter and I learned that GVOC has basically focused on sprints: mapping and events.
They've got a lot of good, young mappers, and they map everything. The woods (similar to Seattle) are really too thick to do much, so that's why you see a lot of city parks, shoreline parks, campus, and urban areas mapped. Their annual sprint camp is a lot of fun!
We have a 100cp run in Estonia every year in last years. For example I post links of M21A 2008 maps:Post a Comment
1st part: http://osprint.ee/100kp/2008/kaardid/M21A-1AA.jpg
2nd part: http://osprint.ee/100kp/2008/kaardid/M21A-2-A.jpg
3rd part: http://osprint.ee/100kp/2008/kaardid/M21A-3-A.jpg