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Nov 25, 2017

We’re partnering with Race Roster in 2018!

For the 2018 race, we’re trying something new – we’re going to be using Race Roster for online signups! This is going to lessen the administrative burden on our volunteer event organizers, as well as offering some increased functionality for participants: Sign up and pay individually rather than having to register/pay for a whole team at once Set your own team name and invite others to join you (with or without a team password) Buy gift registrations for friends and … Continue reading 

Nov 21, 2017

Storm the Mountain 2018!

Our volunteer SAR counterparts over at Pugwash Ground Search and Rescue are holding their 4th annual “Storm the Mountain Adventure Challenge” in Wentworth on February 3, 2018. More information to follow on their website at: www.pugwashgsar.webs.com. Support SAR in Nova Scotia and have some fun at the same time!

May 10, 2017

E2C 2017 – control statistics

2017 E2C Point Stats

Apr 20, 2017

E2C Quick Facts!

New to the E2C or want to brush up on your knowledge of the event? Don’t want to wade through pages of information to find what you’re looking for? Try our E2C Quick Facts one-pager for a snapshot of what we’re all about. Full Participant Notes for the 2017 event can be found here: E2C 2017 – Participant Notes

Apr 09, 2017

Orienteering New Brunswick presents the 28th Annual Flood-O!

The event takes place in Centennial Park, Moncton, NB April 29th.This is a great opportunity to practice orienteering skills on a safe map with lots of variety before you go deep into the wilderness for the E2C! There will be 4 levels of courses from beginner to advanced. Centennial Park has a complex trail network and a mixed forest. For more information or to sign up, visit: Orienteering NB

Feb 26, 2017

International Competitors

Welcome to the 2018 event! If you are a potential participant from outside North America, you may need a visa or other official documentation in order to travel to Canada. Should you require a visa to visit Canada, you will need to contact the visa office responsible for your place of residence to obtain information and to submit an application. If you need us to supply an invitation letter for your team (an example can be found here: 2017 letter … Continue reading