Guidelines for Orienteering in England 16 October 2020,
British Schools Orienteering Association – attendance at World Schools Orienteering Championships 2021,
New Videos Teach Orienteering Using Permanent Courses,
Sharing and Discussing Club Experiences Webinar - 20 October, 7.30-8.45pm,
Max Cole once again represented England in the annual Interland competition.
He came 2nd in th M50 age class - congratulations.
3rd place in the British Night Championships
Sunday 15th March at Fixby & Bradley Woods near Huddersfield
Max Cole has been selected to represent England in this year's Interland competition in March
Preview O-terrain anywhere in the world before you travel!.
Danny has created the Gawthorpe Hall POC's in the 'GPS Orienteering' app.
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.
William Ellis is crowned M14A champion at the recent Northern Championships at Wharncliffe.
The NWNL consists of typically 6 night events staged by different NW clubs around the region. All events have just 3 course options, Blue, Green and Orange., which are technically, just the same as day courses. A powerful head torch (and back up lighting) is essential.
Orienteering is an exciting and challenging adventure sport. It's easy for anyone to start and fun to do. You learn to navigate, develop confidence and discover new places. Orienteering is a sport that exercises both your mind and body.