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Copyright CROC 2006.

The Columbia River Orienteering Club proudly presented


May 26 - 27, 2007

at the Big Muddy Ranch, near Antelope OR

    Twenty years ago, it was known as Rajneeshpuram, the home of a Rolls-Royce-loving guru and his flocks of orange-clad devotees. Today, call it Rogainepuram : 65,000 acres of rolling ranchland in north central Oregon, primed and waiting for black-toed devotees of sleepless nights! All of this is only a very scenic 3 hours drive from Portland, Oregon, or under 2 hours drive from Bend, Oregon.

    Our 2006 US championship event on the south half of the Big Muddy Ranch had a great turnout of adventure racers and orienteers. So many new faces, in fact, we thought we could present this year's rogaine on the northern half again for these teams. The 2003 and 2004 rogaines held here were very well received. The varieties of flowers, the geological diversity, the human history, and the views are ALL better in this area! (Petrified logs, basalt dikes, and more) A lucky few will even get to see a sunset over the cascades, 70 miles away, from the highest point in the area. And you thought you saw some amazing scenery last year! (If you didn't make it last time, here's a link to our 2006 Big Muddy Ranch Rogaine page.)

    Still need to know more about what a Rogaining event entails? Click here.


    • Nov 28 2006: Event details and pricing set.
    • Jan 09 2007: Mail-in and online registration forms posted.
    • Mar 23 2007: CROC's Top Ten Rogaine Tips list posted.
    • Apr 13 2007: Carpooling link added to driving directions below
    • May 23 2007: We now have over 80 teams registered with well over 180 participants! View them all here.
    • May 31 2007: Here's a chart of the most to least frequently visited controls from the event.
    • Jun 06 2007: ADJUSTED FINAL RESULTS ARE IN! (Accounting for control #46, and other scoring petitions) For results by category, click here. For overall rankings including split times, click here.

    Event Information

    • The SportIdent electronic punch system will be used at this event.
    • Map: enhanced 1:24000 USGS topo map, with 40 foot contours