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Schedule (2014)

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Unless otherwise noted, all of the club's events take place within the San Francisco Bay Area, are on Sundays, go on rain or shine, and offer courses for beginners. Please check our Frequently Asked Questions for information about event schedules, costs, and what to bring.

For the latest information for any event, please check this website closer to the event, or contact the Event Director. There are additional details about the event schedule below.

Note that there is a Google calendar of "local" events below the list of events.

If an event you are interested in no longer appears on the schedule, please check the Archive of event announcements or the Results.

To see only BAOC events, change the drop-down box below from All Clubs to BAOC, and click on Reload. Similarly, you can select a different year, and restrict the displayed list to only a certain type of event.

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Date Event Name,
Location,
Type, and Notes
Event Director
or Contact
Course Setter(s)
Aug. 1 - 6 Laramie Daze, Laramie, WY Laramie Range Orienteering Club (LROC)
C; Popular multi-day, low-key, quality events in the hills east of Laramie (details TBD)
Aug. 2 - 3 Gold Rush Hills 2-day A-meet, Idaho City, ID - CANCELLED City of Trees Orienteering Club (CTOC)
This event has been cancelled, please check its page for details.
Aug. 2 - 10 Canadian Championships, Junior Camp, and more; Whistler & Kamloops, BC Greater Vancouver Orienteering Club (GVOC)
A; See August 2-4, 5-8, and 8-10
Aug. 2 - 4 Canadian Orienteering Championship, Whistler, BC Greater Vancouver Orienteering Club (GVOC)
A; Middle (WRE), Sprint, Long (WRE) (also see Aug. 5-8 & 8-10)
Aug. 5 - 8 Junior Camp, Relay, High Performance Program Fundraiser; Canada
Details TBD (also see Aug. 2-4 & 8-10)
Aug. 8 - 10 U.S. 2-day Classic Championships, Woodland Park, CO Rocky Mountain Orienteering Club (RMOC)
A; Includes a one-day Convention and OUSA AGM
Aug. 8 - 10 Western Canadian Championship, Savona, BC Sage Orienteering & Rogaining Club (SAGE)
A; Sprint, Middle, and Long (WRE) events (also see Aug. 2-4 & 5-8)
Aug. 16 - 17 2014 World Rogaining Championship, Black Hills of South Dakota, west of Rapid City Black Hills Orienteering Club (BHOC)
Rogaine; Being held in the USA for the first time in 10 years, this is a 24-hour long-distance cross-country navigation race for teams traveling on foot by map and compass. Limit of 1000 participants.
Aug. 23 - 24 Tahoe Weekend
Lake Tahoe Area
- 415.566.7990 Nik Weber
B; Classic events for beginners through advanced—Saturday at Spooner Lake, Sunday at Burton Creek (pending park approval)
Aug. 24 - 31 WMTBOC: World Mountain Bike Orienteering Champs, Poland
A;
Aug. 31
(Sun.)
Go Wild! Oakland
Oakland, CA
- 510.681.6181
terraloco (tl)
Rex Winterbottom
Rogaine; 2 hr & 4 hr map adventure courses—in teams of 1 to 5, on foot or bike, find your way to hidden creeks and redwood groves, the wild remnants of Oakland. Preregister for a discounted entry fee. (Not a BAOC event)
Sep. 6 - 7 Get Lost!! in Panoche Hills
Panoche Hills, Mendota, CA

Get Lost!! Running, Racing (GL!!)
Rogaine; 2014 U.S. Championship Rogaine: 4-, 8-, or 24-hour rogaine on foot or bike (not a BAOC event)
Sep. 14
(Sun.)
Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Boulder Creek, CA
- 650.321.9713,
- 831.439.9822
Nick Corsano,
Nick Giori
B; We return to this beautiful park, after a long absence, for a complete set of 7 point-to-point courses for beginners through advanced
Sep. 21
(Sun.)
Go Wild! Sierra Mountains, near Cisco Grove, CA - 510.681.6181
terraloco (tl)
Rex Winterbottom
Rogaine; 3 hr & 6 hr map adventure courses—in teams of 1 to 5, find your way with a USGS topo map through exposed granite slabs to many alpine lakes in the wild Sierra backcountry. Preregister for a discounted entry fee. (Not a BAOC event)
Sep. 27 - 28 O' in the Oaks 2014
Calero County Park, San Jose, CA
- 650.941.8251 Cedric Lasfargues,
Luc Poppe,
Theo Verhoeven
A; OUSA sanctioned 2-day Classic A-meet with recreational courses for beginners and others who do not want to compete; this event will be the 2014 Western States Orienteering Championships
Oct. 3 - 5 U.S. Individual Championships, Portageville, NY Rochester Orienteering Club (ROC)
A; Sprint, Middle, and Long championships (next registration deadline is Sept. 13)
Oct. 4
(Sat.)
Orangevale Community Park
Orangevale, CA
- 916.922.8671
Gold Country Orienteers (GCO)
Jennifer Kerr (GCO)
C; Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses (not a BAOC event) (pending park approval)
Oct. 10 - 13 2014 Ottawa O-Fest & North American Championships, Ottawa, ON, Canada Ottawa Orienteering Club (OOC)
A; Sprint, Middle, Long, and Relay events (next registration deadline is August 31)
Oct. 12
(Sun.)
Huddart Park
Woodside, CA
Tom Cronin - 650.368.9206,
- 650.867.5476
Kent Ohlund
B; Classic event in a beautiful redwood forest, with courses for beginners through advanced
Oct. 18
(Sat.)
Granite Bay, Folsom Lake State Recreation Area
Granite Bay, CA
- 209.295.6261
Gold Country Orienteers (GCO)
Bill Cusworth,
Heidi Cusworth
B; Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses (not a BAOC event) (pending park approval)
Oct. 25 - 26 Mountain Lakes A-meet, North Salem, NY Hudson Valley Orienteering (HVO)
A; Two-day combined-time Classic event (hosted by HVO and WCOC)
Oct. 25
(Sat.)
Haunted Hill II
Oakland, CA
- 510.681.6181
terraloco (tl)
Rex Winterbottom
5 km & 10 km map adventure courses—trick or treating for adults (and families) in teams of 1 to 5—adventure through the Oakland hills and Piedmont, finding wickedly festooned displays. Preregister for a discounted entry fee. (Not a BAOC event)
Nov. 1 - 7 WMOC: World Masters Orienteering Championship; Porto Alegre, Brazil
A; Annual masters championships (the next registration deadline is Sept. 20)
Nov. 2
(Sun.)
2014 Golden Goat & Golden Kid
Morgan Territory Regional Preserve, Livermore, CA
- 209.928.4771,
- 209.928.4771
Martin Kunz
Extra long courses with a mass start — hopefully there will be beginner courses as well (pending park approval)
Nov. 8 - 9 Townsend State Forest, Townsend, MA New England Orienteering Club (NEOC)
A; 2-day Classic, possibly with a chase start on the second day
Nov. 9
(Sun.)
River Bend Park
Rancho Cordova, CA
- 530.919.3160
Gold Country Orienteers (GCO)
Mats Jansson (GCO)
B; Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses (not a BAOC event) (pending park approval)
Nov. 14 - 16 2014 Night-O & Ultra Long Championships Quantico Orienteering Club (QOC)
A; Night-O, Classic, and Ultra Long events (Details TBD)
Nov. 15 - 16 Pacheco State Park
Hollister, CA
- 510.681.6181 TBD (You?),
Dennis Wilkinson
B; 2-day event with Classic courses on Saturday and a Rogaine on Sunday (pending park approval)
Dec. 14
(Sun.)
Mississippi Bar
Fair Oaks, CA
- 916.436.7660
Gold Country Orienteers (GCO)
Dan Rathbun (GCO)
B; Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses (not a BAOC event) (pending park approval)

Schedule of events in 2015 (http://baoc.org/wiki/Schedule/Current?year=2015)

Note: The working schedule for 2014 is available here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AjFCT6BDXYxadDY5bmc1WXZrcjcxNzY0dDBSaGpadUE&output=html). Please send suggestions (and offers to direct an event and/or set courses) to , the BAOC Events Coordinator.


Notes

Additional notes about the above schedule:

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Google Calendar of Events

The Google calendar below shows announced orienteering events. It should contain BAOC, GCO (http://www.goldcountryorienteers.org), GetLost!! (http://getlostxx.com/), and terraloco (http://go-terraloco.blogspot.com/#!/p/about-terraloco_09.html) events, as well as selected other California events like Mt Pinos and Anza Borrego. However, please do not rely on this calendar for accuracy. The schedules on each club's website (including our own) will have the most accurate and up-to-date information.

If you have your own Google calendar, you can subscribe to this calendar, and see its events displayed on your personal Google calendar. Just click on the button at the bottom of the calendar to subscribe.


Notes:


More Schedule Information

You may find more events by looking at the SConet Combined Schedule (http://www.thethinkingsport.com/folder_o_sconet/h_sched_all.php), the OUSA event calendar (http://orienteeringusa.org/orienteers/on-foot/events/sanctioned-events-calendar), the OUSA working calendar (http://www.event-finder.org/o-planning/maincal.shtml), the OUSA Rogaine calendar (http://orienteeringusa.org/orienteers/rogaines/events), or the Web sites of other orienteering clubs.

If you are looking for an announcement for a past BAOC event, check out the archive of old event schedules (http://baoc.org/sched/archive.php).

The best driving directions are usually within the event announcements themselves, but we also have a page containing driving directions (http://baoc.org/maps/directions.php) to most of the parks.

If you'd like to orienteer more often, volunteering to help put on events is a sure way to do it. Please contact the Events Coordinator, , regarding event directing and course setting.

If you have additional information concerning any of these events, know of an event that should be added, or see something that's incorrect, please contact the .