Celebrating over 50 years of orienteering in North and East Cumbria
Saturday 13th May –
Cockle Hill and Butterwick Crag
Results / Routegadget / Winsplits
- Tri-O Family Orienteering with Border LinersWe are delighted to offer a series of family orienteering sessions for children aged 8 to 12 years old on:Wednesday 19th April—The orienteering map (Lazonby School)Wednesday 17th May— Using aContinue reading “Tri-O Family Orienteering with Border Liners”
- Refreshed VOCs at RickerbyFor 2023 we have refreshed the virtual orienteering courses at Rickerby Park. Check out the Anytime O page for details of these and how to take part.
- BL at CompassSport FinalA compact but competitive Border Liners team attended the final of the CompassSport Trophy inter-club competition near Kincardine Bridge, Scotland at the weekend, having made selection for the final atContinue reading “BL at CompassSport Final”
Border Liners Orienteering Club
Events for all ages and abilities throughout the year in great locations. You don’t need to be a member! ‘Come and Try It’ at one of our regular low-key monthly events and training sessions.
New to Orienteering? “The aim is to navigate between checkpoints or controls marked on a special orienteering map. There is no set route so the skill and fun come from trying to find the best way to go. In competitive orienteering, the challenge is to complete the course in the quickest time.” For more info and up to date news please visit the British Orienteering website .
Beginners are always welcome! There’s loads of info available to help you make a start, and always someone willing to help if you come along to an event.
Membership has various benefits. Find out more about joining our Club and British Orienteering.
Permanent Orienteering Courses These are of particular interest to beginners, but also useful for anyone wishing to practice their navigation skills – or just to make a walk or run more interesting.
British Orienteering have a POC search facility so you can find courses in an area that interests you, together with information and location details.
Border Liners are a small, friendly, non profit club run by volunteers. Find out more, including who’s who on the Committee.
Safeguarding and Safety (British Orienteering website)
Contact Border Liners
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