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The sport of orienteering requires participants to navigate over the earth using a compass and large-scale map. To support this requirement, orienteering clubs create detailed large-scale maps with photogrammetry and time intensive field surveys. At the United States Military Academy, for example, a large set of orienteering maps have been produced over the last 20 years. Recently, the features of these maps have been digitized in a proprietary orienteering vector map format. However, orienteering maps differ from many other topographic products in that position coordinates are not included with the map. As a result, integrating this data set with Installation's enterprise geodatabase, or using GPS and mobile computing to assist in field checking and map updating is problematic. This paper described efforts at West Point to integrate their historic orienteering dataset into the installation's enterprise geodatabase and continue to build on previous work related to generating orienteering maps in ArcGIS.