Lynndale Park is a 1:4,000-scale map with a lot happening in it. You’ll find rolling hills, runnable forest, and a complex trail network bounded by open areas with buildings. This is where the school league training is held each fall.


This venue features a permanent course, which you can do at any time! To try it out, print the PDF map and control descriptions below (or simply open them on your smart phone), read the instructions on the permanent course page, and have fun!

  1. Print/view Lynndale Park map  New map posted Sept 2021
  2. Print/view Lynndale Park control descriptions (needed to complete the permanent course)
  3. Introduction-Orienteering Permanent Course at Lynndale Park

CascadeOC supports many permanent courses over a large geographic area and our volunteers have limited time to keep up with maintenance. If you observe any damaged, obscured, or missing markers, or if you can help regularly monitor and maintain this permanent course, please let us know. Thanks for your help!

To find more venues with permanent courses, visit the Map of Maps page, where each permanent course is marked by a yellow pin.

Note: This sample of the map is provided here for educational purposes only; the map shown here is not kept up-to-date.

The purpose of providing these navigational and physical ratings below is to provide greater context for how challenging an orienteering course at this venue might be. For example, an advanced-level course at a local city park will be easier to complete than an advanced-level course in the mountains.

Navigational Challenge Rating: 5

The trail network here earns this park its “5” rating for navigation. A plethora of intersections and curving, twisting trails can have you checking your compass, retracing your steps, or at the very least triple-checking your surroundings when deep in the woods. Especially when we have a Night-O event here!

Physical Challenge Rating: 4

This park has one large hill that covers the entire width of the park, but other than that, this is gently rolling terrain. Footing is generally quite good, except on some of the steeper trails at the north end.