Results, Eno River, 13 March 2022

We had a great event at Eno River despite some unseasonably cold temperatures. Gheorghe designed some excellent courses; Joseph taught a well-attended beginner’s class; and Imre came with supplies to enjoy a fire in the shelter’s fireplace. Thanks to all who attended — we hope to see you again soon. Special thanks to William Allen, […]

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Open event, Eno River, Sunday 13 March

Registration for this event has closed. Everyone is welcome to our event at Eno River State park on Sunday, March 13. We will offer courses for all skill levels — from beginner (white) to expert (brown, green, red) — and they will be open between 10:00 AM and noon  Registration and map pickup will be […]

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Results, White Pines

We had a very fun event at a brand new venue — White Pines Nature Preserve. To keep things interesting, I offered three different loop courses, and people could choose how many loops they wanted to do. Most did one loop; some did two, and a few brave folks did all three. After finishing, we […]

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Saturday event — White Pines, 19 Feb

Registration is closed (maps are printed). On Saturday, 19 February, we will have our first event at White Pines Nature Preserve, a 275 acre greenspace in Chatham County, managed by Triangle Land Conservancy.  The meet is open to any orienteer who has successfully completed an advanced course (i.e., orange, brown, green, red, or blue).  White […]

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Cliffs of the Neuse, Results

On Sunday, we had our first official event at lovely Cliffs of the Neuse State Park. This beautiful park is about half way between the Triangle and the coast, and made a convenient stop for those coming back from the Saturday event at Shackleford. Carl Briscoe set a great yellow course and a challenging 90-minute […]

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Shackleford Banks, Results

The chilly Saturday morning in Beaufort turned downright cold as the ferry sped around the east side of Carrot Island to take our group to Shackleford Banks, the western tip of Cape Lookout National Seashore.  As the steady cold wind blew unfettered off the water onto our start location, everyone thought and thought again about […]

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Cliffs of the Neuse, Feb 06

Registration for this event is closed. On Sunday, 06 February, we will have a 90-minute score course and an intermediate-level (yellow) course at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park. (A ‘score course’ means that you can visit any controls that you want, in any order — but if you don’t return within 90 minutes, you […]

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Shackleford Banks, 05 Feb 2022

Registration for this event is closed We will have a small event at Shackleford Banks, part of Cape Lookout National Seashore, on Saturday, 05 February.  We are limiting registration for this event to 25 people because of Covid and because (unless you have your own means of getting to the island) competitors will need to […]

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Outer Banks Elite Event — 05 Feb

We are only a few days away from getting iron-clad approval from the National Park Service to have an expert-level event on the west side of Shackleford Banks, NC. At this point, we have received verbal assurances from the park, and so it seems safe to make travel and/or lodging arrangements now. For many, it […]

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Results, Birkhead Score-O

Some of the region’s best orienteers gathered on a cold rainy morning at Birkhead Mountains Wilderness for our annual long score-O. Those who chose to compete in the two hour course generally came back feeling satisfied and accomplished. Gheorghe and Vladimir both realized the same set of controls that was possible for them to visit, […]

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