L1641 is a large dark cloud which extends 6.3 degree2 to the south of the Orion nebula (Lynds 1962). This region contains a reflection nebula, NGC 1999, several emission line stars and Herbig-Haro objects and is thought to be a site of on-going star formation. A CO(J = 1-0) map obtained with the Nagoya 1.5 m telescope (Takano 1983) revealed that CO hot spots extend further to the north by ∼ 30′ from NGC 1999. This suggests that L1641 may contain other regions of recent star formation. Therefore, we have mapped the L1641 cloud to investigate if there are other star-forming regions in it.