Saturday, October 23
|WHITE||2.0 km||6 controls|
|YELLOW||2.3 km||6 controls|
|ORANGE||2.4 km||5 controls||2.5 km||7 controls|
|BROWN||2.0 km||7 controls||2.7 km||12 controls|
|GREEN||2.2 km||7 controls||3.0 km||14 controls|
|RED||2.5 km||9 controls||3.6 km||14 controls|
|BLUE||3.0 km||10 controls||4.7 km||17 controls|
Sunday, October 24
|WHITE||2.3 km||85 m||10 controls|
|YELLOW||2.4 km||100 m||12 controls|
|ORANGE||3.5 km||150 m||10 controls|
|BROWN||3.3 km||70 m||10 controls|
|GREEN X||4.8 km||150 m||10 controls|
|GREEN Y||4.7 km||125 m||10 controls|
|RED||6.3 km||220 m||15 controls|
|BLUE||8.1 km||240 m||17 controls|
Course-Setter's Notes (for Sunday)
I think people will enjoy orienteering on the map, which is one of the more technically detailed maps in the area. Unfortunately, due to an ice storm which brought down a lot of branches, the woods are slow. The vetter predicts 10 min./K for the top runners. That being said, visibility is very good and there are no large obstructions.
The mapper's style is "relative". For example, you will see mapped boulders under a meter in height if there are no other boulders nearby. Also, dot knolls are often quite subtle.
The advanced course runners may cross a stream early on. I did not find a dry crossing, but the stream is very shallow and not very wide. Just be prepared to get your feet muddy.