CROWSNEST PASS OriEnteering
Join us and give orienteering a try with one of these options:
1. Permanent Orienteering courses at Pass Powederkeg
2. School programs
3. Try Orienteering programs
Why should you try orienteering?
1 .PERMANENT COURSES
We set up three permanent orienteering courses at Pass Powederkeg , which you will be able to try at your own time. For more information about how to use the map and the courses watch the two videos at the bottom of the page!
Maps will be available for pick up at the ski lodge or at Spry .
Download the maps here:
Visit the AOA Safety site before you head out.
Possession of the maps does not imply permission to be on the land. Permission must always be obtained from the private and/or public landowners. Note that the maps may be out-of-date and may not have been recently field-checked. New hazards may exist that are not shown on the map.
You are responsible for assessing risks and managing your safety. Ensure that you are properly trained and aware of the risks before embarking on any unsupervised orienteering activity. Always carry a whistle, or a communication device, go with a "buddy", and obey all local regulations and signs
Users’ liability waiver:
Use the map only for your own activities. No commercialized activities (or events) are allowed to use these maps. The users of any of the maps in Alberta waive all responsibility from the ALBERTA ORIENTEERING ASSOCIATION (AOA), and their members from any loss of property or personal injury that may occur during the use of any of these maps.
2. SCHOOL PROGRAMS AND GROUPS
Please send us an email about your inquiry if you would like a session with us: email@example.com
We are grateful for the ParticipAction Community Challenge to help us organize free orienteering events. The Community Challenge is helping to level the playing field by reducing barriers to physical activity and sport and building stronger and healthier communities.