Online registration is open
- Visit our ONLINE REGISTRATION PAGE now to sign up for an Unlimited Wonderful orienteering holiday.
- Click here to see who is already registered.
Several competition classes are available, some age based and some 'skills & experience' based, to suit every level of navigational ability and fitness. Each class will compete on a course of the appropriate technical and physical difficult as described in the class description page.
|Championship classes (E/A/B)|
Entry Fees & other expenses
The all inclusive price includes all six races, gondola ride and Peak-2-Peak ticket, Whistler mountain BBQ and even your SI card rental. It offers a small savings and convenience compared to the a la carte pricing.
The a la carte pricing allows you to chose individual items if, for some crazy reason, you won't be taking part in the full menu of activities.
|Barebones 2010 Pricing||Adults||Juniors||Kids||Open|
|Age (as of Dec 31 2010)||21+||11 - 20||3 - 10|
|All six races, Whistler
Whistler Mountain BBQ, SI rental
|A la Carte pricing|
|Whistler Mountain (includes gondola & Peak-2-Peak)||$55||$35||$20||$45|
|Whistler Mountain for spectators (gondola & Peak2Peak)||$30||$25||$15||$30|
|Whistler Mountain BBQ||$20||$15||$15||$20|
|Vancouver - Stanley Park||$25||$10||$5||$15|
|Vancouver - UBC||$25||$10||$5||$15|
|SI rental (per race)||$2||$2||$2||$2|
|Up to Feb 28th||Early Registration||On the Adult "All Inclusive" price, a 5% incentive to register early|
|After June 15th||Late Registration||Adult race fees increase $5/race
Junior race fees increase $3/race
Class selection is restricted (by number of maps printed)
Late registration for the BBQ may not be available.
|July 1st||Registration closed||Online registration is closed.
On-the-day entry will be available in Open classes. A very limited number of entries *may be* available in A/E/B classes after this date.
On the Day entry
- There will be on-the-day entries available in the Open classes.
- There may be a very few on-the-day entries available in the A/E/B classes. We can not guarantee availability, but if you want to take a chance, please visit the Information desk to see if there are any maps available.
- It is not possible to buy BBQ tickets on-the-day.
If you would like to bring someone to the Barebones events who will not do the orienteering, this is possible. All the venues are beautiful with lots of good hiking. They must buy the Gondola ticket if they wish to go to the Whistler Mountain event and the BBQ ticket if they want to have the meal. There is no charge for the other events.
Cancellation & Refunds
Cancellation & Refund policy can be viewed on the Online Registration pages
For insurance purposes all participants must be a member of a recognized provincial orienteering association or national orienteering federation to take part in Barebones.
Due to landowner requirements and insurance purposes, all participants will need to sign a waiver before they are allowed to participate. Here is a copy of the Waiver - you may download this waiver and have each person in your group sign their own copy, and then bring these pre-signed copies to the registration pickup..
Teams of two or three are welcome and can compete in the Open categories. Teams pay one entry fee plus $5 for each additional map (one map per team member is recommended). Teams require just one SportIdent card (see "electronic punching" below). All team members must hold valid membership.
All events use electronic timing. There is a small charge of $2/event to rent SportIdent cards if you donít have your own.
For parents who wish to shadow their children, please note that shadowing is free. Pay race entry fees only if you will be racing yourself. Shadowing is not allowed on the "A" classes. Note there is no 10-B class, 12-B is the youngest class with following allowed.
A complainerís fee of $25 is payable in advance by anyone who thinks they might be whining about the courses, the map, the terrain, the weather, or anything else that will make the organizers wish they'd never bothered organizing this event. Constructive commentary, as usual, is free and welcome.