Terrain And Maps

NAOC Long (Croucher Creek) [WRE]

Croucher Creek is a mixed area combining areas with very detailed negative topography, areas with larger less complex depressions, and upland areas of positive topography. The forest comprises a mix of pine, aspen and spruce interspersed with natural meadows. There are some areas of deadfall throughout the map area.

  • Map will be drawn to ISOM 2017 specifications
  • Scale: 1:15,000/1:10,000/1:7,500 per IOF rules and Orienteering Canada guidelines
  • Contour Interval: 5 metres

NAOC Middle Distance (Lewes Lake Southwest) [WRE]

The Lewes Lake South West map area is very technically challenging with detailed negative contour detail. There is an intricate mix of vegetation (spruce, pine and aspen). The map area has very few trails.

  • Map will be drawn to ISOM 2017 specifications
  • Scale: 1:10,000/1:7,500 per IOF rules and Orienteering Canada guidelines
  • Contour Interval: 5 metres

NAOC Relay (Grey Mountain Biathlon Trails)

The area including and surrounding the biathlon range and convoluted ski trail network is a mix of open pine forest and denser spruce forest. ‘Scandinavian-like terrain’ with some cliffs and boulders. There are areas of deadfall, deep moss and Labrador tea understory.

  • Map will be drawn to ISOM 2017 specifications
  • Scale: 1:10,000/1:7,500 per Orienteering Canada guidelines
  • Contour Interval: 5 metres

NAOC & COC Sprint (Carcross) [WRE]

The sprint venue comprises a mixture of forest and urban terrain. The forest is very open, with subtle and intricate negative topography and a dense trail network.

  • Map will be drawn to ISSOM specifications
  • Scale: 1:5,000
  • Contour Interval: 2 metres

COC Long (Chadburn Lake)

The map area primarily comprises negative topography of varying levels of detail. The forest is a mix of pine, aspen and spruce interspersed with natural meadows on south facing slopes. The area features a relatively dense trail network over the more accessible parts of the area.

  • Map will be drawn to ISOM 2017 specifications
  • Scale: 1:15,000/1:10,000/1:7,500 per IOF rules and Orienteering Canada guidelines
  • Contour Interval: 5 metres

COC Middle (Hidden Lakes)

Hidden Lakes features a mixture of both large and small kame and kettle topographic features. The map area comprises a mix of generally open pine and spruce forest with some deadfall. There is a dense network of trails through most of the map area, as well as many lakes.

  • Map will be drawn to ISOM 2017 specifications
  • Scale: 1:10,000/1:7,500 per IOF rules and Orienteering Canada guidelines
  • Contour Interval: 5 metres

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