Join us at Camp Mantoc for classic orienteering as well as night orienteering later in the same day.
Camp Manatoc offers gently rolling landscapes, with plenty of reentrants, a dense trail system, and a few lakes and creek systems. It’s a great place to learn more about orienteering, or building speed for current skills. Continue reading “NOSOC & Classic Orienteering + Night-O @ Manatoc | Saturday 9/23”
Join us for classic orienteering at North Chagrin Reservation on Sunday, September 10, from 11:30 – 1PM.
North Chagrin Reservation is home to many attractions, including Squire’s Castle, A.B. Williams Memorial Woods (a Registered National Landmark), Buttermilk Falls and North Chagrin Nature Center. North Chagrin Nature Center and North Chagrin Reservation tell the story of wetlands, woodlands and wildlife.
Since the 1920s, North Chagrin Reservation has been a special combination of outdoor recreation areas and wildlife sanctuaries. North Chagrin trails and picnic areas feature woodlands and wetlands as important characteristics of this large reservation. Located in Mayfield Village, Willoughby Hills and Gates Mills, the reservation includes a nature center and nature education building. Sanctuary Marsh and Sunset Pond are both popular areas to observe waterfowl, and Squire’s Castle is an interesting historical site. The reservation is also home to Manakiki Golf Course, located off SOM Center and Eddy roads in Willoughby Hills. Continue reading “Classic Orienteering @ North Chagrin | Sunday SEPT 10 11:30A-1:00P”
Join us for orienteering in beautiful Brecksville Reservation for cross country courses. Registration and starts between 11:30 – 1PM.
Meadows Picnic Area Brecksville Reservation
Courses from beginner (easy & short) to advanced (longer and difficult), and a few in between are ready to go.
REGISTRATION & FEES
- Registration starts at 11:30 AM.
- $5 for members, $10 for non-members, $20 for membership. Cash only, please.
October 14, 2017 – 8AM Mass Start for 12 and 6-hour versions.
The tale of the Peninsula Python has been told since the summer of 1944, when some residents reported finding strange tracks on their property. Others said they saw the creature, a huge snake estimated to be about 15 to 18 feet long, that was rumored to have escaped from a traveling circus. Continue reading “2017 Python Adventure Race”