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Discussion: Winter Series - Spring edition

in: WCOC/HVO Winter Series 2020 (Dec 21 – Mar 29 - Mount Kisco, NY, US)

Mar 16, 2020 12:48 PM # 
nielsLO:
HVO and WCOC have decided to extend the Winter Series through April.

WCOC’s scheduled event at Gay City will be organized in the Winter Series format with courses available from March 28th to April 19th. Course designer Clinton Morse intends to add a Pink course (long yellowish course for trail runners/newbies) and possibly a Yellow course. HVO and Geof Connor will add a new event at the Silvermine map.

Updated Winter Series schedule:
1. Muscoot Farm Feb 22 – Mar 22. (incl. no-stonewall maps)
2. Ansonia Mar 8 – Mar 29.
3. Ward Pound Ridge. Corridor orienteering training courses
4. Gay City SP Mar 28 – Apr 19 Red/Green/Brown/Pink/Yellow courses
5. Silvermine (from Tiorati Circle) Apr 4 - 27

If competitive race restrictions still apply by the second half of April, Gregory Balter has volunteered to organize additional Winter Series style courses at Harriman, details to be advised. Also, note that the WS#4 controls at Hurd SP are permanent controls, so those courses are available at any time as well (email me if you need Hurd course maps)
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Mar 19, 2020 12:33 PM # 
oxensd:
Thank you that's terrific! Let me know if you need any help.
Mar 20, 2020 9:13 AM # 
bpg459:
Brian Gatens here. Local to Northern, NJ. Long time fan. First time caller (talk radio joke). I'd like to help organize a similar setup either in some local state woods in NJ. All still remain open and these series-type courses may be a good and effective solution to the need to remain as individuals but still get outdoors. I'll reach out via the HVOC site for guidance and help.
Mar 20, 2020 4:46 PM # 
GuyO:
@bpg: Almost all current HVO maps in NNJ are of county-owned parks, primarily Essex and Morris. I'm unsure about Morris, but Essex County parks are supposedly closed. However, there appears to be some confusion over the meaning of "closed"; at least at the park near where I live (Caldwell), there are no signs, other than at the playground, indicating closure.

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