For you, GNSS/GPS users:
Sun Aug 16 COC-Middle 45.89759, -64.66064°
Mon Aug 17 Hopewell Rocks 45.82512, -64.57319°
Fishbones#1 45.89759, -64.66064°
Thu Aug 20 COC-Sprint 46.25693, -63.14188°
Lobster Dinner 46.41009, -63.34552°
Fri Aug 21 Fishbones#2 46.27796, -63.42343°
Sat Aug 22 COC-Long 45.61180, -63.56108°
Pasta Dinner 45.42417, -63.45030°
Sun Aug 23 Fishbones#3 45.40313, -63.42704°
That means nothing to me. We're orienteers, not geocachers. Give me a map any day.
We are - but quite a few are techies as well! Indeed, there is an O related activity near each point; and NO trinkets.
And I said: "For you, GNSS/GPS users"
Actually, coordinates work just fine with a map, too...
No insult intended, I know some folks love this stuff. My point was, how about including a link to traditional map / directions as well.
You can just copy/paste those numbers into Google Maps and get something like Hopewell Rocks
. But by presenting them as numbers, they also work for anybody who is using a GPS.
Mike, I can't tell if you realize that NEOC#1 is not one of the organizers, but another participant who shared what he figured out in case it was helpful to anyone else. Seems a bit demanding to complain that he didn't link to Google maps too.
Bingo Carol! Adrian: Useful overview map.
The COC2015 site has interactive map links to all venues.
Bummed that I couldn't do the Atlantic Bottom O today. Totally unique!