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The Next Events:
Sunday, Jan 22, Ski-O, Gunstock, NH
Ski-O, Snowshoe-O, FrozenFatBike-O at Gunstock Cross-Country Center in Gilford,
NH on Sunday, January 22 with starts from 9 – 12.
Multiple courses will be offered, with some tailoring towards the different
modes of over-snow travel, i.e., probably 2 ski-O courses lengths, 1
snowshoe-O, 1 Fat Bike-O.
Orienteering registration, start and finish is at the Gunstock Nordic
Association (GNA) Clubhouse, across the entrance road from the Nordic Center.
Every competitor must have a Gunstock Nordic Trail Pass – purchase at the
Nordic Center. Mention “Orienteering” to receive the special trail pass rate of
$5 on Jan 22, versus the normal $17 trail fee.
Event Director: Jim Arsenault 603-520-1873
Sunday, Feb 19, Ski-O, Pawtuckaway State Park, Nottingham, NH
Point-to-point score event for experienced cross-country skiers (sorry, no
beginners or snowshoers). Minimum distance from start to finish is 2.5 miles.
Terrain will include park roads, trails, and off-trail routes. Manual punching.
Map: 1:10,000 extended and updated by J-J Cote. Note that we need to have
decent snow cover and a frozen lake to make it work. If conditions aren’t
suitable, the event will be cancelled. (A decision will be made by February
Course: Score-O with Western MA Rules. Controls will have three different point
values, depending on their level of difficulty. Gather as many points as
possible in 60 minutes, 90 minutes, or 120 minutes. You don't have to declare
which category you're in until you get to the finish. Point penalties will be
applied for times over two hours.
Preregistration is required, with a limit of 20 people. To preregister, email
Meet Director: Liz Kotowski with your name, address, and phone number. We
will also keep a waiting list in case someone can’t make it.
Sign in and Starts: 10 AM to 11 AM in the camper parking lot near the park
entrance. Pay and sign your waiver at the start. Orienteers will finish at the
meet director’s house on the lake and be shuttled back to the park to pick up
cars. Entry is $10 per person, which covers orienteering and refreshments at
the finish, including homemade chili, hot soups, and other food and drinks.
Directions: Take NH 101 east or west to Exit 5 in Raymond. Turn right at the
end of the ramp and go 0.6 miles north on NH 107 to the T-intersection. Turn
left and then immediately go right on NH 156. Drive 1.3 miles to the
Pawtuckaway State Park sign and turn left onto Mountain Road. Go 2 miles and
turn left at the park entrance. Look for O-signs.
Meet Director: Ed Kotowski 603-895-2506 (home), 978-621-2644 (text)
Sunday, Apr 9, Mine Falls, Nashua, NH
Sunday, Apr 30, College Woods, Durham, NH
Saturday, May 20, Pawtuckaway SP, Nottingham, NH
Sunday, Jun 4, Bear Brook SP, Allenstown, NH
Sunday, Jun 18, Harris Center, Hancock, NH
Saturday, Jun 24, Ahern SP, Laconia, NH
Saturday - Sunday, Sep 9 - 10, UNO Camping Weekend, Pawtuckway SP, Nottingham, NH
Sunday, Oct 1, Fort Rock, Exeter, NH
Sunday, Oct 29, Urban Forestry Center, Portsmouth, NH
Sunday, Dec 3, Beaver Brook, Hollis, NH
Any Time, Sewall Woods Permanent Course, Wolfeboro, NH
Get the Instructions (.pdf)
and the Map (.pdf)
Any Time, Tucker Brook Permanent Course, Milford, NH
See Tucker Brook, Milford, NH O-Course (.pdf)
Any Time, Beaver Brook Permanent Course, Hollis, NH
See Beaver Brook, Hollis, NH (.pdf)