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Saturday Classic at Quincy Lakes

Quincy Lakes

Junior Nationals Day 1

See the schedule for start windows and course closure. EVERYONE has an assigned start time. Start times will be published on EventReg in March.

Map Information

Quincy Lakes is a cross between a series of interconnected water features and a seemingly endless glacially created scab lands. The east portion of the map is inundated with a maze of coulees while the south portion of the map is a relatively flat sage covered plain. The map combines technical and fast paced map reading while traveling from west from the start. Once through the well developed channels and pools runners will encounter terrain where features are subtle and far apart. Runners will need to use compass and a pace count to execute a tight race. While there are fewer trails on this map, younger runners will be able to follow the base of cliffs and run along water features when moving between trails. In addition to the abundant linear features that are numerous subtle point features in the form of depressions.

Download a map of the area used at a previous event: Quincy Lakes South - Tabloid | Quincy Lakes South - Letter - East | Quincy Lakes South - Letter - West

Reminder that the map shows embargoed areas, and that possession of the map does not imply permission to enter.

Course Notes

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Course Distance Climb Controls
White 1.7 km 55m 12
Yellow 2.9 km 75m 14
Orange 4.2 km 100m 16
Brown 4.3 km 100m 15
Green 5.9 km 150m 17
Red 8.2 km 195m 19
Blue 10.8 km 230m 21
All controls at this event will be in "beacon" mode, so touch-free punching using SIACs (SI Air+ Cards) will be enabled. SIAC rentals are available. Standard SportIdent E-punches work like normal.

Site Map

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Getting There

A Discover Pass (Washington State Parks Pass) is required for parking. There is no way to purchase a pass on site! You can buy one ahead of time online or in person at some stores and parks.

Address / Coordinates:

Road T NW, 3 miles south of Rd 5 NW (47.127111, -119.932861)

From I-90 Eastbound (From Vantage and Seattle):

  1. Take Exit 149, WA 281 North, Quincy / Wenatchee
  2. Turn left (North) on WA 281. Continue 5.6 miles.
  3. Turn left (West) on Rd 5 NW (also signed White Trail Rd). Continue 3.1 miles.
  4. Turn left (South) on Rd T NW. Continue about 3.0 miles.
  5. Watch for orienteering parking signs.

From I-90 Westbound (From Moses Lake and Spokane):

  1. Take Exit 151, WA 281 North, Quincy / Wenatchee
  2. Turn right (North) on WA 281. Continue 1.6 miles.
  3. Turn right (North) on WA 281. Continue 2.9 miles.
  4. Turn left (West) on Rd 5 NW (also signed White Trail Rd). Continue 3.1 miles.
  5. Turn left (South) on Rd T NW. Continue about 3.0 miles.
  6. Watch for orienteering parking signs.

From WA 28 Eastbound (From Wenatchee):

  1. Turn right (South) on Rd U NW (also signed White Trail Rd). Continue 5.8 miles.
  2. Turn left (South) on Rd T NW. Continue about 3.0 miles.
  3. Watch for orienteering parking signs.

From Quincy:

  1. Head south on WA-281 for 4.9 miles.
  2. Turn right (West) on Rd 5 NW (also signed White Trail Rd). Continue 3.1 miles.
  3. Turn left (South) on Rd T NW. Continue about 3.0 miles.
  4. Watch for orienteering parking signs.