Results (2024)

Results for events in 2024 are below. Looking for older results? Please check out the results from previous years (or use the handy year selector below to reload the page for a previous year).

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Date Event Name,
Type, and Notes
Event Director
or Contact
Course Setter(s)
Feb. 25
Browns Valley Open Space Preserve
Vacaville, CA
- 510.681.6181 Richard Thorsted
B; Our second visit to this new map of a "smaller Morgan Territory", with bigger rocks and fewer trees, will offer the standard 7 courses, from Beginner to Advanced; beginners are welcome and can learn about orienteering at free Beginner Clinics
Feb. 11
Calero County Park
San Jose, CA
- 707.567.3496 John Richardson
B; Standard, 7-course, Classic-distance event for beginners through advanced orienteers; beginners are welcome and can learn about orienteering at free Beginner Clinics (unlike last year, this will NOT be a National Ranking Event [NRE])
Feb. 10
I Left My Heart in San Francisco 5K, 10K, 2-Hour Scramble
San Francisco, CA
- 510.681.6181
terraloco (LOCO)
Rex Winterbottom
Valentine-themed adventure: About 24 Hearts sculptures are scattered around scenic spots in San Francisco's downtown, South of Market, and Mission Bay neighborhoods. Teams of 1-5 will find them on the 5K, 10K, or 2-hour Scramble. (Not a BAOC event)
Feb. 6
BAOC Casual Forum
Video Conference
- 669.264.4761
All club members are very welcome. This will be an informal forum on Zoom from 8–9 pm — the goal is to provide a space to brainstorm ideas and chat with other club members. We will forward any popular suggestions to the Board to consider.
Jan. 28
Coyote Lake-Harvey Bear Ranch County Park
Gilroy, CA
- 650.906.9672 Theo Verhoeven,
Tom de Vre
B; Standard 7-course event for beginners through advanced; back at the Coyote Lake side of the park as in previous years; beginners are welcome and can learn about orienteering at free Beginner Clinics
Jan. 20
Go Wild! Lime Ridge; Walnut Creek, CA - 510.681.6181
terraloco (LOCO)
Rex Winterbottom
2-hour Map Adventure: Enjoy a trail & wilderness scramble among the majestic oaks, quarries, & grasslands of Lime Ridge Open Space. Teams of 1-5 use a custom map to find up to 20 checkpoints in 2 hours. Preregister for lower fees. (Not a BAOC event.)