Our event originally scheduled for 26th August will now be held on 19th August. Details to follow - see "events."
Did you miss our April training event? Never mind, you can do it anytime. Here’s how.
Qualifying round Sun 11 March, Beecraigs
The qualifying round of the Compass Sport Cup will take place on Sunday 11 March at Beecraigs Country Park, near Linlithgow. This is the main UK inter-club orienteering competition, and is a great club experience for everyone from juniors to super veterans. Entries need to be made by 1 March to Alistair.
Launch of new permanent course
Representatives from local youth groups gathered on Kinnoull Hill in Perth on 28 January to try their hand at orienteering. This was the final stage in a joint project between Tay Landscape Partnership and local orienteering club Tayside Orienteers.
We are very sorry to have had to postpone this event due to very wet conditions and felling in part of the forest. The hope is to have it later in the year.
Find out more about opportunities through Scottish Orienteering's National Centre for coaching and training, including for teachers, youth leaders, staff in outdoor centres etc.
Dates set for our next block of adult and junior coaching
Dates have now been set in March for coaching for members who have previously expressed an interest. Looking forward to these sessions and helping you to develop your skills. Additional spaces may be available for others.
Find out more here from Scottish Orienteering about selection and training opportunities for juniors who want to take their orienteering to the next level. Selection opportunities for all Scottish juniors
Here's to a great festive break and looking forward to lots of excellent orienteering in 2018, kicking off with monthly training on Wednesday 10 January in Perth. Want to get some training in before then? Check out the ROMP - controls currently out at Achlean - more info here
We were delighted to present Club Coach Moira with the annual Tayside Orienteers' championship trophy at our Christmas event at Blackspout on Sunday. The points system recognises and rewards both participation in the sport and volunteering. Moira's win is richly deserved for all the time she puts in to helping the club, in particular to encourage and support those new to the sport and developing their orienteering skills - as well as still finding time to orienteer for herself! Congratulations Moira from your fellow club members.