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Washington Assoc. of Competitive Mounted Orienteering
March 14, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm PDT
C.M.O. (Competitive Mounted Orienteering) A map & compass, timed event, to find hidden objectives, on HORSEBACK, spread out over several miles.
All Riders WELCOME: Bring your own horse, feed, water and lunch!
Pre-ride compass instructions for those who would like help.
Fran Eisenman email@example.com
Long Course Ribbons thru 6th Place & Short Course Ribbons thru 3rd Place.
Draw Time: 9:30 AM
First Rider Out: 10:00 AM
$15.00 per adult member per day
$10.00 per adult member riding with a junior and $10.00 per member junior rider
$20.00 per non-member adult day rider which includes $15.00 ride fee and $5.00 for insurance
From the West/South: Take Hwy. 18 East. Take ramp right for WA-516 East toward Covington – 0.4 mi., turn right (East) on Highway 516 (Kent Kangley). in 4.7 mi. you will come to Four Corners (between Maple Valley and Black Diamond, the intersection of Maple Valley Highway 169 and Kent Kangley Road/Highway 516). Continue East on Kent-Kangley Road and take the first left onto SE Summit Landsburg Road – 1.1 mi. Approximately a mile up the road you will park in a wide open area and wide shoulder on the North Side of the road.
From the North/East: Take Hwy. 18 West. Take exit: Issaquah / Hobart and turn left (South) onto Issaquah Hobart Rd SE – 0.3 mi. the road name changes to 276TH Ave SE – 3.4 mi. the road name changes to Landsburg Rd SE – 1.0 mi. Immediately after crossing the Cedar River, bear right onto SE 253rd St. Go straight onto SE Summit-Landsburg Rd – 1.3 mi. Parking along the side of SE Summit Landsburg Road where the road shoulder widens just west of the Tahoma Junior High School (25600 SE Summit Landsburg Rd, Ravensdale, WA 98051)
NO SPECIAL PARKING OR USE PERMITS REQUIRED