Larger Events

Sun 8 Dec Darwen Moor Day Regional
Night & Day

Near: Blackburn

Darwen Tower 2

Darwen Moor is a new area for orienteering.


Results from Sun 20 Oct Dean Clough
Autumn Intro Series (4/4)

Far Start - control description issue

Results and splits
Routegadget link

History:You have been treading in the footsteps of orienteering pioneers!PFO is, we think, the second oldest constituted O club in England, forming just a couple of weeks after our neighbours SROC. But seldom do historical documents fall in…

Copeland Chase

West Cumbria Orienteering Clubs Long-O event

Wed 16 OctRead more…

2019 Club Champs

PFO 'Liver' trophy

This year's Club Championships will take place in Towneley Park in Burnley on Sunday 22nd September.

Further details can be found under events Towneley Park-2019-09-22

The winner gets to take the Club Champs trophy (aka 'the liver') home and to plan next years event.

Wed 7 AugRead more…

Orienteering Foundation Training Day

The Orienteering Foundation will be holding another Lakes Coaching Day at Haverthwaite Heights on Saturday 23 November 2019.

A handful of PFO members participated in the last session and found it very beneficial with a great opportunity to train in Lakeland terrain.

Further details of this event are here.

We have arranged to go as a group which will enable us to tailor the training to the needs of those attending.

Wed 7 Aug

Club Night resumes for Autumn

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PFO weekly club nights start again on Wednesday 11th September.

Tue 9 JulRead more…

Introduction to Orienteering

WOW

Yet again we had wonderful weather for the 4th in our introduction to orienteering session in Towneley Park, Burnley.

This was the last week of the series, but we will endeavour to do something similar later in the year.

Results are available here.

Wed 1 MayRead more…

Championship win for PFO

Will-Northern-Champs-trophy

William Ellis is crowned M14A champion at the recent Northern Championships at Wharncliffe.

Wed 13 MarRead more…

What is Orienteering ?

Baseplate Compass

Orienteering is a challenging outdoor adventure sport that exercises both the mind and the body. The aim is to navigate in sequence between control points marked on a unique orienteering map and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. It does not matter how young, old or fit you are, as you can run, walk or jog the course and progress at your own pace.