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November 25, 2014

Storm the Mountain Adventure Challenge in NS!

Have you ever been to the E2C and wished that someone would invent a winter version? Well our fellow Search and Rescue volunteers on the Pugwash team have answered your call! Pugwash GSAR are running their own adventure challenge this winter, in Wentworth, and we’re encouraging past and present E2C folks to sign up. It’s on February 7th, 2015 so you can expect snow and challenging conditions! There are 4-hr and 8-hr challenges available, with special rates for youth participants. … Continue reading 

September 23, 2014

2014 Control Analysis

The E2C’s resident statistics guru, Peter Lewis, has put together this year’s Control Analysis for your enjoyment! You can find the document in pdf form here:  Control Analysis E2C 2014. If you have any questions, please contact the E2C team

May 12, 2014

2014 Maps

Maps from the 2014 E2C were as follows: 2014 DB Map 2014 Line-O Map 2014 Main Map Back Side 2014 Main Map Front Side 2014 Main Map Master (with extra points)

May 05, 2014

Lost and Found

Found: three pairs of sunglasses (three of the original six have been claimed); one blue walking pole; one pair of gloves. Email jenny@halifaxsar.ca to stake a claim. Still lost: one pair of Vibram shoes; one GoPro 3 camera; another walking pole (red). Please email Jenny if you’ve come across any of these or have them mixed in with your stuff!

April 20, 2014

2014 Participant Notes

This year’s 2014 Participant Notes are now available and can be accessed here. Please make sure that you and your team mates are familiar with the rules and regulations of the event before race day. Additional documents on the Line-O, Distance-Bearing and Grid Reference challenges can be found here: E2C 2014 8 digit Grid references E2C 2014 DB notes E2C 2014 Line O notes

April 01, 2014

From the Course Designer

This year has been the hardest for travel due to snow and general weather conditions once winter was upon us. As a result this has made it difficult and in particular, slow to get to areas of interest for possible control placement. The travel in the woods on snowshoes has been the slowest I personally have ever travelled  in identifying control locations due to the type of snow on the ground at the time we were in the woods. An … Continue reading