Fay Ridge Trailhead

Southeast of Flagstaff, AZ

3-Hour Score-O

Saturday, July 13, 2024

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(Pre-registration deadline: Thu, July 11, 11:59 PM)
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Summary: Saturday, July 13, 2023: Fay Ridge Trailhead
Time Event Location
Saturday, 8:00 AM Check-in/Registration Opens, Course Opens Fay Ridge Trailhead
Saturday, 10:00 AM Last Time to Start the Course Fay Ridge Trailhead
Saturday, 1:00 PM Course Closes Fay Ridge Trailhead



We're excited to offer another day of navigation fun at the Fay Ridge Trailhead, just southeast of Flagstaff, AZ off Lake Mary Road. On Saturday, July 13, we're offering a 3-hour Score-O in the cool pine forest surrounding the trailhead. The Score-O is a longer event with participants traveling to as many destinations as possible within the three-hour time limit. The map will present some challenging navigation to avoid areas with difficult terrain.

The mountain forests around 7000 feet make the Fay Ridge Trailhead a perfect place to enjoy the cool summer temperatures around Flagstaff. The orienteering terrain is challenging in places as the course winds in and out of the drainages surrounding the trailhead. There are also plenty of areas of flat and open pine forest to challenge your navigation skills. We hope you'll take some time from your busy schedules to join us and explore the area.

Pre-Registration and Fees

Pre-regisration for the Fay Ridge Trailhead event is handled through this pre-registration link.
(Pre-registration deadline: Thu, July 11, 11:59 PM)

Note 1: To help plan for our event, pre-registration/Pre-pay is required for the Fay Ridge Trailhead event. We are not offering onsite registration.

Fees: Orienteering Club Member price: $10/person. Non-Member Price: $15/person.

Parental Consent:

Parental Consent Now Required (Click here for more information)

All participants under age 18 are now required to have a signed parental consent form on file with the club. You can complete the form before the event and either scan it and send it to us by e-mail or bring it with you to the event.

What to Bring:

Whistle Mandatory for all.
Compass Please bring your own compass. We may have some extras laying around, but our extras may have annoying bubbles in the compass fluid.
Water bottles. We will not provide water on the course. We strongly encourage you to bring your own water bottles or a camelback.
Sunscreen It's a forest, so there's some shade on the course. However, bring sunscreen anyway. You'll be exposed to the sun for up to 3 hours.
Sturdy hiking shoes and long pants Recommended. You may encounter cactus, cat claw, and loose terrain.