Organizers: Kevin Matrosovs (Event Director), Kevin Matrosovs (Course Planner), Tammy Howe (Assistant)

Map: Lower Postill

Quick Links

Please upload your GPS track for results and route plotting using the following button:


May 8: GPS upload now available for results and route plotting!

May 5: Registration for the self-directed activity is now closed. Thank you to all who participated! We've run into some issues getting the results processing system up. We're continuing to look into this and may add a link to upload your GPS tracks soon.

April 24: The in-person activity is now over. Awesome job everyone who came out! The courses are now available for self-directed exploration for about a week and a half. Use the dark blue button in the Quick Links section to get your course map(s)!

April 23: Added course lengths and details.


With the relaxation of pandemic restrictions, we are excited to return to in-person activities and a chance to socialize and share orienteering tips and experiences. We will continue to offer self-directed in addition to the in-person activities.

The Lower Postill area is a beautiful mostly open forest with numerous rock and contour features and a significant trail network.

This activity will be on a new expanded map. For those who've done previous events here, the former sprint standard map has been redrafted to a forest standard and expanded to include new terrain. Come check it out!


April 24: 10:00-13:00. In-person activity with on-site instruction, help, and socializing.

April 25 - May 4: Self-directed activity you do on your own time.


Registration is now closed. Thank you to all who participated!

Location, Parking, and Map

The start/finish location is on Postill Lake Rd a short distance past the intersection with Farmers Dr. See the pin on the map below.

This area is popular with off-road vehicle users and there is a significant trail network. Keep your ears open for ATVs and dirt bikes.

You may hear gunfire. This is from an informal shooting range further up the road well north of the map. The firing direction is away from the map, so no worries!


Beginner: 2.0 km -- A loop that stays mostly on trails except for a short off-trail section in the second half. Navigation is straightforward.

Intermediate: 2.9 km -- Some off-trail travel and route choices. Most controls are near trails or solid handrails and catching features. A few harder controls toward the end.

Advanced: 4.6 km -- Significant off-trail travel and route choices with some controls in detailed terrain away from trails.


Please stay home if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or illness.


Course Maps

No course maps posted yet.


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