Catalina State Park Map Extension
Fun hikes! Field checking! New areas of the park! Please join the team!
This spring I started a project to extend our map of Catalina State Park. Ludwig Hill showed me how to use the Pima county data base to get elevation contours and with that and USGS aerial photographs I extended the existing map in the northwest corner of the park. Ludwig and Jeff Brodsky helped with field checking and we made some inroads to a final map.
Greasewood Park Training Results -- 5/17/15
13 orienteers braved Tucson's summer heat for a score-o training race at Greasewood Park. Mark Everett was the best at dodging cacti and bested the practice event with all controls in just under half the allotted time. Jodi and Claudia Rickel earned the crowns for best women and team.
Palisades -- June 21
Our next fun-filled orienteering event will be located in the high-elevation, cool pine forests of the nearby Catalina mountains. Come and enjoy the exhilaration! Details to be posted later.
TOC Looking For New People to Make Things Happen
The Tucson Orienteering Club is looking for enthusiastic new people to run our club, make events happen, and follow new visions! Here are some of the activities that are available:
New Stuff & Recent Changes
Featured Clue Symbol
To see all the orienteering control symbols and their descriptions, read the International Specification for Control Descriptions (pdf).