The Catalina State Park map is growing a little bigger.  This winter Leif Lundquist and Ludwig Hill are doing the mapping that will expand the size of the existing orienteering map by about one square kilometer.

The Tucson Orienteering Club has changed the form it uses for registration at orienteering events.  The new forms incorporate recent changes recommended by our parent organization, Orienteering USA.  The old forms are no longer valid, and any supplies found should be thrown out and replaced with the new forms (dated 9/17/13).  This new form may be downloaded for printing from our Documents, Guides, and Forms page.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

Now that summer is officially here, remember to keep hydrated, protect your skin from the sun, and watch out for venomous snakes.

Snake Control"As they say in the Beginner's Clinic: 'Each control marker has a device that will punch a distinctive set of holes in your score card.'" (Copied from our February 1985 issue of the club newsletter)

We had a great turnout on Saturday (May 4th) at Catalina State Park's 30th Anniversary Celebration!

As many of you know from watching the "soot devils" blowing through the seared and blackened landscape at our Greaterville orienteering event two years ago, the northwest corner of our Greaterville/Kentucky Camp map area was torched by wildfires in late Spring 2011.  Almost two years later, on a pleasant, sunny Sunday in late March 2013, five TOC mappers joined forces to field check this changed landscape and try to make the map right again.

The Tucson Orienteering Club hosted 11 days of orienteering events in 2012.  The following individuals were crucial in making these orienteering events happen!