ROC is hosting two ski-o events this weekend – at Cumming Nature Center on Saturday and at Harriet Hollister Spencer State Recreation Area on Sunday (rescheduled from January). Preregistration is available at https://roc.us.orienteering.org/ – this speeds your entry on the day and helps us know how many maps to print. Payment can be made on (read more)
Final update and clue sheet for Sunday’s mini-snowgaine at Partridge Run. See https://attackpoint.org/eventdetail.jsp/event_47456 for previous updates, event rules, and additional information about the event.
A conditions update for Sunday’s mini-snowgaine at Partridge Run has been posted at https://attackpoint.org/eventdetail.jsp/event_47456. Full notes and rules for the event are also available there. From the meet director: If you plan to come, please send me (firstname.lastname@example.org) an e-mail stating your intention to attend and what equipment you plan to use (skis, bike, etc.), (read more)
Course notes for Sunday’s event (Paul Smith’s VIC) have been posted on Attackpoint: https://www.attackpoint.org/eventdetail.jsp/event_47341 The VIC is located at 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970.
Course notes for Saturday’s event (Dewey Mountain) have been posted on Attackpoint: https://www.attackpoint.org/eventdetail.jsp/event_47341 The Dewey Mt. Recreational Center is situated on Rte. 3, just west of downtown Saranac Lake. Also note that all racers must pick up their jackets at the Conference Center, 2608 Main Street, Lake Placid. Pickup times: https://www.empirestatewintergames.com/schedulecheck
Tomorrow’s ski-o at Harriet Hollister has been canceled due to terrible weather and expected poor ski conditions. Rain, rain, go away!
Ski-o Sunday at Harriet Hollister! Preregister at https://roc.us.orienteering.org/ to simplify check in on race day, pay on race day (you can ignore the option to pay when preregistering). Courses: beginner/short, intermediate/medium, advanced/long. The difficulty designation applies to both skiing and navigational ability. The beginner and intermediate courses will stick to the main ski trails and (read more)
From course setter Aims Coney: “Had a lot of fun hanging controls. It’s winter again at Garnet Hill. The meet is on!”
12/26 update: Our course setters toured Garnet Hill on Thursday and found enough terrain to hold the event, rock skis recommended. We’ll keep watching the weather. Tuesday night’s forecasted snow showers should help a lot. Check the Attackpoint event listing for further updates.
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