Please join us for the summer campus event! It's back to the campus of UC Berkeley for a fun, urban variety of orienteering - a great, low-risk introduction for beginners, and a fun and challenging change of pace for the more experienced.
This year's event has: white and yellow courses, and a motala for intermediate and advanced runners. Course statistics to follow.
Length Climb White 1475m 30m Yellow 2350m 40m Motala: Length Climb 1 loop 2675m 40m 2 loop 5550m 80m 3 loop 8425m 120m
White (Theme: Major and minor landmarks)
Building, north side, name
A) Coker Life Sciences Building B) Valley Life Sciences Building C) Wehr Life Sciences Building
Yellow (Theme: Statues and Monuments)
Plaque, NW side, .5m high, ___ Expedition
(A) Don Pedro Fages (B) Don Pedro Abizu Campos (C) Don Pedro Miguel Say
Motala (Theme: You can't get there from here -or- actual distance is longer than course statistics)
Lamppost, W side, number, 2.5m high (the number, not the post)
(A) 345 34 (B) 245 25 (C) 748 29
Take the University Avenue exit from I-80, and head east towards the hills until you run into the campus. Parking is available on the streets surrounding the campus. Registration is at the Campanile, (aka Sather Tower http://www.berkeley.edu/visitors/campanile.html), the tall bell tower in the center of the campus. The registration is open from 9:30 to 12:00. The course closes at 2:00. The details may be subject to change. Watch BayONet before the event.
Directions on the Web: http://www.berkeley.edu/visitors/traveling.html
Map on the Web: http://www.berkeley.edu/map/
Berkeley has a wealth of culture and many great places are close to campus. The magazine East Bay Express puts out a "Best of the East Bay 2002" list with the following within walking distance of campus:Best Campus Eatery: Marios's La Fiesta