Coronet Peak Rogaine & Dogaine

Saturday 6 February 2021
Coronet Peak Skifield
Event Type:
Rogaine (team navigation event)
Emily Forne
Chris Forne
Chris Forne

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1.5 hour and 2.5 hour Rogaine up at Coronet Peak Skifield including use of the chairlift. There will also be a special 'take your dog' category (hence the name Dogaine).

A rogaine is a navigation event in which you and a teammate (and maybe your dog!) compete to collect as many checkpoints in your allocated time as possible. You will receive the map before starting and have a short amount of time to plan out your route. Checkpoints are worth different amounts and you have to decide on the best route and which checkpoints you want to get. Most of the travel is off track and up at Coronet Peak you will have some tussock and rocky terrain to cross.


Parking - Coronet Peak skifield (carpark 2)

Registration - Outside Cafe 1200 (upper level Coronet Peak base building)

Start/Finish - Outside Cafe 1200 (upper level Coronet Peak base building)


Registration and map handout from 9am

Briefing before you start or mass briefing at 10am

Flexible starts from 10am - 11am

Social/ prize giving at Cafe 1200 post event (exact time to be confirmed)

Entry Fees (includes single lift pass on the Gondola for 1.5hr category, and multi lift pass for 2.5hr category):

Adults - $25 (1.5hour) $35 (2.5hr)

Students - $5 discount

Children - Rogaine free but will need to pay $7.50 for lift ticket (12yrs and under, must be accompanied by a paying adult)

Compulsory Gear:

It is compulsory to bring a jacket and cell phone.

We also recommend taking a polypro top, hat and gloves, compass, plus enough food and water for 1.5/2.5hrs.


Control points are equal to the number of the control truncated to the nearest 10, eg control 53 and 58 are worth 50pts, while 83 is worth 80 pts.

You must be back after 1.5 or 2.5hrs, otherwise you will be deducted 20pts per part minute late, eg 30sec late -20pts, 2min 5 sec late -60pts.

Team members must stay together at all times. You may compete solo at the organisers discretion based on experience.

No crossing through out of bounds areas. These are marked clearly on the map with olive green or pink stripe.

Competitors must take compulsory gear – Jacket and cellphone.

Competitors shall not discard litter or unduly damage or disturb native flora or fauna.

Strictly No Fires or Smoking.


There are cliffs, steep and rocky terrain, and skifield equipment hazards. You are competing in mountain terrain and the weather can change quickly. Hypothermia is a risk. Competitors must take caution, especially traversing or going down steep slopes and not go anywhere they are not comfortable with.

Our safety phone number during the event is 0221599826. Save this on your phone.

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