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  • Another good turnout despite the rain at CSU A sprint event at CSU that turned out to be a rather slow sprint. Starting at the top of the stairs near the Yindyarmarra Reconciliation site on the SW edge ...
    Posted by Alex Davey
  • Spring-like weather at Burngoogee A lovely sunny day in a lovely open forest. The Hard courses largely contoured around the major hills challenging participants to find specific rock features on the way. Then a ...
    Posted 30 Aug 2020, 03:23 by Alex Davey
  • Numbers on the rise! A wonderful turnout on a coolish day at Wolfram: 37 participants - our highest number for quite a while at a local Wagga event. Organiser Deb did an excellent job pre ...
    Posted 19 Aug 2020, 03:38 by Alex Davey
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What is Orienteering?

Orienteering is a sport, which combines outdoor adventure with map reading and navigational skills. It involves navigating though the bush, parks or streets with the aid of a specially produced map and orienteering compass, with the aim being to locate checkpoints (controls) on various natural and man-made features along the way, such as a boulder, track junction, bench seat or street lamp. Controls are generally represented by distinctive orange and white flags (pictured).

The skill in orienteering is in choosing the best route between controls — while beginners' courses may not offer choice, as you progress you will learn to decide between options — perhaps over a hill or a longer route which goes round it. It is this stimulating mental challenge as well as the physical activity that makes orienteering so popular. Each event may have a number of courses of differing lengths and levels of difficulty occurring at the same time.





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