Celebrating over 50 years of orienteering in North and East Cumbria
- BL Long O – results now online!Border Liners Long-O, Sunday 26th September 2021 Bampton Common and Helton Fell. This is a westward extension of the area used for the Compass Sport Cup and Trophy event inContinue reading “BL Long O – results now online!”
- Carlisle Urban – entries are open!Carlisle Urban, Regional Event Saturday16th October 2021 Enter online at https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?elid=Y&event_id=8790
- Orienteering Report, Sep 12th 2021The British Sprint Orienteering Championships took place in Skelmersdale recently and Border Liners returned to Cumbria with some silverware for their efforts. A tricky combination of rural and urban featuresContinue reading “Orienteering Report, Sep 12th 2021”
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 (subject to any Covid restrictions at the time). Please note you can’t currently enter on the day. Entries will be online only, via sientries.co.uk, and a link to the event entries page published nearer the time.
New to Orienteering? Beginners 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. See the British Orienteering website for up to date news and guidance.
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)
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