Green Corn Moon Orienteering
6 Hour Rogaine

Race Date: Saturday, August 7, 2021
Race Director: Tony M. & Jason S.
Location: Great Seal State Park, Chillicothe, OH
6 hour
Maps: Lidar based O-maps
Disciplines: Trail Running and Orienteering
2 Divisions: Solo and 2-Person Teams
Who: Beginner to Experienced Adventurers ages 16+ (solo 18+)
Racer Check-In & Maps: 5:00pm
Race Briefing: 5:45pm
Race Start: 6:00pm
Race Cutoff: 12:00am
Post Race Food: Chili Mac, drinks and snacks
Awards: 1st – 3rd Place in each division
Swag: T-shirts (not guaranteed after July 17, 2021) (Shirt Size Chart)

Gear List & Race Rules (last updated 6/8/2021)
Registered Teams List

Final Team List (last updated 7/30/2021)
Racer Update #1 (Sent 7/31/2021)

Race Recap
Facebook Photo Album

Event Cost 6 Hour: 
Regular Registration: 6/5/21 – 7/7/21 = $50.00 per person (+ small online registration fee)
Late Registration: 7/8/21 – 7/24/21 = $60.00 per person (+ small online registration fee) *Swag not guaranteed after 7/17/2021

Registration will open on Jun 9, 2021 and remain open until July 24, 2021, or until we reach capacity. Registration is limited to 75 racers.
Entry Fees are non-refundable.
Entry fee includes post race food and SWAG. 

Event Description:

The Night Orienteering Classic is Back!

Green Corn Moon will be held on the first Saturday in August, starting at 6 p.m. and finishing at Midnight. This 6 hour Orienteering Event (aka Rogaine) challenges participants to locate checkpoints throughout Great Seal State Park, using a map and compass.

The hills to be navigated are those pictured in ‘The Great Seal of the State of Ohio.’ Speaking of history, the renowned “Tecumseh!” Outdoor drama will be going on just over ‘Sugarloaf Mountain’, as it has since 1973. You may just hear war cries and cannon fire, watch out for any Lost Arrows…

Participants can register as either a Solo or as a member of a 2-Person Team. There will be a ‘non-competitive’ option for those that want to participate in the event, but not have the pressure of competing. 

Also new this year, we are providing Lidar based O-maps and electronic punch sticks for ease of navigation and scoring, though we don’t have anything to help traverse those peaks and valleys. As NSF Adventures used to say, there will be “pain and suffering…the good kind.”

Night navigation does present some unique challenges. Check the gear list (above) and make sure to have all required items, especially a reliable light source (headlamp), back-up, and reflective vest.

Registration is limited, so register today and we’ll see you in August!


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