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Maps Showing Event Locations

These maps are experimental. If they're useful, they will be maintained.

Each map can be dragged to center an area of interest, and then the zoom button (the one with a "+" sign) can be used to enlarge the scale. Also, the "Satellite" button can be selected to change the view.

The first map below displays a "pin" for each upcoming BAOC orienteering event in the Bay Area. Each "pin" provides the date and name of the event at that location, and a link to the event announcement.

The second map below shows the locations of events that were held previously. Each "pin" provides the date and name of the most recent event at that location, and a link to the event write-up and results.

Map of Upcoming BAOC Events

Pins are added as events are announced, so check here from time to time to see the locations of upcoming events. The letters on the event pins indicate the chronological order of the events (i.e., event "A" is next on the schedule, and so forth). Click your mouse pointer on a pin to see the date and name of the event at that location, and a link to the event announcement.

NOTE: The pins on the map indicate the approximate locations of the events. Make sure you read the Driving Directions in the event announcement for accurate directions to an event. In particular, do not rely on the coordinates of a pin.


Map of Previous BAOC Events

This map shows the locations of many of the BAOC events that were held in the past. Events will most likely be held at the same places in the future, although not necessarily at the same time of the year. Click your mouse pointer on a pin to see the date and name of the most recent event at that location, and a link to the event write-up and results (from there you can link to the event announcement).

NOTE: The pins on the map indicate the approximate locations of past events. Current and future events might be at different places within the parks. Thus, make sure you read the Driving Directions in the event announcement for accurate directions to an event. In particular, do not rely on the coordinates of a pin.