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Warm Lake Meet

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Warm Lake Meet


This is a Classic course format traveling in sequential order. You're welcome to go at whatever pace you prefer.

4 regular courses:
1. Beginner Course (stats TBD); Suitable for first comers or those who just started the sport. Predominantly on trails, roads, or along easy to recognize linear features.
2. Sport Course (stats TBD): A good choice for more experienced orienteerers or you'd like to develop your navigation skills.
2. Intermediate (stats TBD): An opportunity to apply compass-bearing and contour-reading in rugged terrain.
3. Advanced (stats TBD): Same terrain and technical ability as intermediate with a lot more endurance required and enough distance to satisfy that need to run.

Keep in mind that these distances are based on straight path distances, not the distance of your travel, that will be longer.

When: Saturday, September 7
Starts from 10:00AM to 12:00AM. Course closes at 2:00PM. (that means please be back at the start by this time.)
Meet Location:
Warm Lake campgrounds and lodge. Keep in mind that it takes 2-hour drive from Boise to get to the location. More precise directions will be posted closer to the meet. In any case you will not miss it as there is single road going in and out :)
There is somewhat limited parking at the site. Pease keep that in mind as you come. Car pooling is encouraged.
The Google Map pin shows approximate location of the meet center.
Please RSVP by Wednesday evening September 4 with name & course choice. You can RSVP either in the comments below or directly to
There is not cell phone coverage in the area.

Map and Course Notes:

We will use SI electronic punching. Rent a SI stick for nominal $2 or bring your own.

Liability Waivers:
Non-members please bring printed and signed liability waivers (available for download at ) from home. We will have blanks if you forget. If you are bringing a minor who is NOT your own child, you MUST bring a waiver signed by their parent or guardian.

Sturdy shoes are recommended for advanced courses. Shoes with cleats would be big plus on sandy grounds. A compass is essential for setting and following bearings.

Single meet (day) dues: $10 per person/team, free for members
Single Junior (up to 20 years old): $5 per person/team, free for members
If more than one map is needed for a team, a small additional fee may be needed per the discretion of the meet director depending on printing costs.

CTOC annual membership (all meets are free):
Join with Monthly Pro-Rata for membership fees:
Membership form and instructions found here.


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