Events Schedule 2022

Sat 15th January 2022 Results, RouteGadget and WinSplitsRegional (Cumbrian Galoppen) – Penrith Beacon Sat 5th February 2022 Results, RouteGadget and WinSplitsLocal Night (North West Night League) – Penrith Beacon Sat 19th February 2022 Results and RoutegadgetLocal – Miltonrigg Sat 5th March 2022 Results, Routegadget and WinSplitsLocal – Talkin Tarn Sat 9th April 2022 Results, RoutegadgetContinue reading “Events Schedule 2022”

Penrith Beacon, 15th Jan 2022

Results and Routegadget can be found at: The Final Details email has gone out to all entrants and is also available here. There will be limited entry on the day for Yellow and Orange courses only. This is event 1 in the 2022 Cumbrian Galoppen ‘league’. These are a series of events held throughoutContinue reading “Penrith Beacon, 15th Jan 2022”

Coming up in December!

Saturday 11th December 2021, High Stand Wood near Armathwaite New to Orienteering? There will be a course to suit beginners so why not give it a go. Put the date in your diary now! Full details, including how to enter, will be posted here nearer the time.

Carlisle Urban – Results

Carlisle Urban, North West Urban League (NWUL) Event Saturday 16th October 2021 Results Controllers comments:  It was regrettable that I had to disqualify two early competitors for crossing a road marked with the out-of-bounds symbol but part of my function is to ensure courses are safe, hence the requirement to use bridges or underpasses. Continue reading “Carlisle Urban – Results”

BL Long O – results

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 in March 2019 and now includes Loadpot Hill and Bonscale Pike. Results link Routegadget (share your routes!) Even Details (PDF) – for reference only

Orienteering Report, Sep 12th 2021

The 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 features around the 1960’s Lancashire new town suburbs ensured that pinpoint navigation was key to success.In the Individual Championships, Border Liner Judy Johnson lead from theContinue reading “Orienteering Report, Sep 12th 2021”