A new permananet orienteering course is now available in Knock Hill Woods in Crieff.
Duncan and Michael Stewart (Yellow course bronze medalists) and Orange course winner Finn Selmer Duguid with team captain Alistair Duguid
Tayside is taking a team of six to the Jamie Stevenson Trophy inter-club competition at Glen Gynack near Kingussie on Sunday.
The squad is
(Yellow course) Michael Stewart, Duncan Stewart.
(Orange) Finn Selmer Duguid, Tristan Spurway.
(Light Green) Fin Campbell, Scott Campbell
Hermitage Coaching Event - 8th June
See details at events.
We’re proud to have qualified at the weekend for the national final of the Compass Sport competition, following some excellent results from club members during the Scottish heat at Greenock.
A reminder that the first of our 2019 coaching sessions for club members is coming up this Saturday 16 March.
Entries open now!
The 22nd Scottish 6-day orienteering event is being held in Strathearn, between the 28th July and 3rd August 2019. Events will be staged in a number of new areas, including ancient oak woodlands and stunning mountain scenery to the west near the pretty, picturesque, conservation village of St Fillans (in the northeast of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park).
Congratulations to Bill Melville, winner of the 2019 club championships, also to runners up Katharine Melville and Moira Laws and first junior Barry.
Tayside Orienteers warmly invites you to join us for our Christmas event, to be held this year on Perth's St Magdalene's Hill, with lunch after at Broxden. Details here
We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from the Orienteering Foundation to support orienteering development work with schools and local communities in the Strathearn area in the lead in to the Scottish 6 Days 2019.