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Southdowns Orienteers is a large friendly orienteering club with around 300 members ranging in age from 1 to 80+
The San Francisco Bay Area Orienteering Club - in orienteering you use a map and compass to navigate a course through unfamiliar terrain. People of all ages enjoy orienteering as a leisurely walk in the woods or as a competitive cross-country race.
SYO is the local orienteering club for the Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley area. Orienteering is an adventure sport for all ages.
Checkpoints are marked on a map, and it's up to you to decide the best route between them! Orienteering is beginner and family friendly. Join us!
Garingal Orienteers - An orienteering club based in Sydney, Australia. Garingal is affiliated with NSW Orienteering and is one of the largest orienteering clubs in NSW.
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Loch Eck Orienteers is the orienteering club for Argyll, Scotland. The club covers the whole of Argyll, but the majority of members are in the Lorn/Oban area.
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Forth Valley Orienteers - in orienteering you use a map and compass to navigate a course through unfamiliar terrain. People of all ages enjoy orienteering as a leisurely walk in the woods or as a competitive cross-country race.
Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) is the sport of finding radio transmitters on foot, using radio receiver, map, and compass in diverse, wooded terrain. ARDF joins orienteering skills like the proper use of topographic maps, compass skills, and locational awareness, with radio direction finding skills using hand-held portable receivers and antennas. It is great fun for young and old alike - an opportunity for personal challenge in the great outdoors!