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         Orienteering:     more books (108)
  1. Orienteering by Steve Boga, 1997-03
  2. Orienteering Made Simple An Instructional Handbook by Nancy Kelly, 2004-01-30
  3. Teaching Orienteering 2nd by Carol McNeill, Jean Cory-Wright, et all 1997-12-09
  4. Orienteering by Neil Champion, 2009-09
  5. Orienteering (Outdoor Pursuits Series) by Tom Renfrew, 1996-09-13
  6. Orienteering: The Skills of the Game by Carol McNeill, 1996-09-01
  7. Orienteering (Great Outdoors) by Joanne Mattern, 2004-06
  8. Orienteering (Essential Guides (Stackpole)) by Ian Bratt, 2002-10
  9. Be Expert With Map & Compass: The Complete "Orienteering" Handbook (Emblem Editions) by Björn Kjellström, 1976-08
  10. Orienteering Handbook (Physical education activity handbook series) by Anne Anthony, 1980-09
  11. Orienteering: Skills - Techniques - Training (Crowood Sports Guides) by Carol McNeill, 2010-09-03
  12. Your Way With Map & Compass : Orienteering. by John. Disley, 1973-01-01
  13. Orienteering in the National Curriculum
  14. Orienteering by John I. Disley, 1978-07

1. US Orienteering Federation
Results of the 2004 US Intercollegiate Championships ( April 34) are now available. Last update April 11, 2004. orienteering - the Sport of a Lifetime. orienteering is the sport of navigation with
Orienteering is the sport of cross-country navigation with map and compass. If you are reading this, it means your browser does not support frames. But you can still view all the pages on our site through our Contents page.

2. Orienteering And Rogaining Home Page
orienteering and Rogaining Home Page. Please note this page is terribly out of date and no longer being maintained. Please go to the IOF or USOF pages marked below for orienteering information, or
Orienteering and Rogaining Home Page
Please note: this page is terribly out of date and no longer being maintained. Please go to the IOF or USOF pages marked below for Orienteering information, or the IRF page for Rogaining information.
A few definitions
Federation and Club Information (including schedules)
The IOF (International Orienteering Federation) page. The USOF home page. The IRF (International Rogaining Federation) page.
Last update: 22 September 1997
Rick Slater

3. Orienteering -
What is orienteering? orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness and skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The
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The Sport:
  • Orienteering History
  • Orienteering Overview
  • Course Setup
  • Officials ...
  • Civilian Orienteering
    The Skills:
  • Maps
  • Marginal Information and Symbols
  • Grids
  • Scale and Distance ...
  • Units of Measure and Conversion Factors
    What is Orienteering?
    Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness and skill. It provides the suspense and excitement of a treasure hunt. The object of orienteering is to locate control points by using a map and compass to navigate through the woods. The courses may be as long as 10 km. This site aims to inform you about the sport of Orienteering, you can find that information at the left under "The Sport." We also have information on learning how to read maps and peform land navigation using such tools as a compass. This information is based off U.S. Army training and is what you need to know to be an orienteer. Check out the Amazon Coupons before you buy. Jalic LLC Contact Us
  • 4. International Orienteering Federation Home Page
    Welcome to the IOF home page. orienteering. Council. Commissions International orienteering Federation. Foot orienteering. Ski orienteering. MTB orienteering. Trail orienteering
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    5. BOF: Welcome To British Orienteering An Adventure Sport For All
    BOF is the governing body of the sport of orienteering for the United Kingdom.
    Welcome To British Orienteering An Adventure Sport For All
    Orienteering means maps, varied terrain and adventure. It doesn't matter how young or old or fit you are. You can run, jog or walk, you decide your own pace. Orienteering is a sport where competitors navigate their way between control points marked on a specially drawn map. There are various orienteering disciplines , foot orienteering is the most common. LATEST NEWS:
    Today World Championship team Sponsors X-Socks …
    Mon 24th GB team announced for European Championships …
    12 May Start Squad Selections 2004/5
    12 May Summer Tour Selections
    10 May British Junior Championships 2005
    10 May Scotland wins the Senior Home International
    7 May New Regional Development Officers in EAOA, …
    Orienteering can take place anywhere from remote forest and countryside to urban parks and school playgrounds. The most challenging orienteering takes place in remote areas which have demanding terrain and fewer paths. Orienteering can be a leisure activity. It is an easy, painless way of staying fit or getting into shape. A great sport to take up with friends and family, allowing you to share your adventures afterwards. At the competitive and elite level Orienteering is a highly competitive sport involving intense concentration, skill and fitness running against the best in the world at international competitions.

    6. Orienteering For The Young
    What is orienteering? String course. White course. Advanced courses. Your first meet. Learn the language. More about O' orienteering skills. Resources. Sample map with course. orienteering for the Young. Photo Georg Nadorff
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    7. Sci.J.O. Home Page
    Abstracts of articles included in the journal and subscription information. Also describes how to contribute to the periodical.
    Scientific Journal of Orienteering
    Review of Results in Orienteering Research
    (Last update May 30, 2000) Information to Subscribers: Volume 15 will be a double issue. It is unfortunately further delayed and is now scheduled for distribution in June.
    It seems that most probably also Vol. 16 will be a double issue. Deadline for manuscripts is September 15.
    Edited by the Scientific Group of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) Contents and Abstracts Subscription Information Call for Contributions Information for Authors
    Responsible Editors
    Dr. Toni Held, Institute of Sport Sciences, Swiss Sports School Magglingen, CH-2532 Magglingen, Switzerland
    Editorial Board
    Dr. Clas Fries, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Silviculture, Sweden
    (email: Dr. Shin Murakoshi, Shizuoka University, Faculty of Education, Japan
    (email: Dr. Sue Walsh, University of Wales, School of Sport, Health and Physical Education Sciences, U.K.

    8. Bay Area Orienteering Club (BAOC), San Francisco
    The San Fransisco 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
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    Annadel Event Cancelled
    In orienteering, "the thinking sport", 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. Newcomers are welcome at BAOC meets, held throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. We offer beginners' courses suitable for both individuals and families. Learn more
    Upcoming Events
    • May 15 - Junior Grant Applications are due BAOC offers scholarships to enthusiastic young orienteers May 15 (Sat.) [Cancelled] - Annadel, Santa Rosa This event has been cancelled because we were unable to get a special park permit June 5-6 - Tahoe 2-Day Western States Championship, to receive a discount, pre-registrations must be postmarked May 22nd June 14 (Mon.) - Board Meeting, Oakland

    9. İstanbul Orienteering Spor Klübü
    Grubun faaliyetleri, ¼yeler, orienteering hakkında bilgiler ve fotoğraf galerisi yer alıyor.
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    11. Orienteering
    What is orienteering? For information about trying orienteering orienteering in Williamstown orienteering in the rest of the world Teaching orienteering.
    What is Orienteering?
    Orienteering is a sport in which orienteers use an accurate, detailed map and a compass to find points in the landscape. It can be enjoyed as a walk in the woods or as a competitive sport. A standard orienteering course consists of a start , a series of control sites that are marked by circles, connected by lines and numbered in the order they are to be visited, and a finish . The control site circles are centered around the feature that is to be found; this feature is also defined by control descriptions (sometimes called clues ). On the ground, a control flag marks the location that the orienteer must visit. To verify a visit, the orienteer uses a punch hanging next to the flag to mark his or her control card . Different punches make different patterns of holes in the paper. The route between "controls" (refers to the flag or the site) is not specified, and is entirely up to the orienteer; this element of route choice and the ability to navigate through the forest are the essence of orienteering. Most orienteering events use staggered starts to ensure that each orienteer has a chance to do his or her own navigating, but there are several other popular formats, including relays and events in which the orienteer must find as many controls as possible within a specified time.

    12. Hungarian Orienteering Home Page
    Includes general facts about Hungary, council members of the Hungarian orienteering Federation, list of local Federations and clubs, links to Hungarian orienteers, results, profiles of the Hungarian National Team, 2000 and 2001 Hungarian Cup results, clickable local maps, Hall of Fame, and related links.
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    13. Homepage Of Orienteering Association Of Hong Kong
    Includes information, events, maps, training and results.
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    14. Orienteering Clue Symbols
    orienteering Clue Symbols. Last control to the Finish. Back to the example. Back to orienteering Home Page or to the example of an orienteering course.
    Orienteering Clue Symbols
    Although clues are always written out in English (or the local language) for beginners' courses, clues for intermediate and advanced courses are given as symbols in a table format. To the uninitiated, this can look like hieroglyphics, but the system is quite simple to master and is more compace and specific than a written description - and has the advantage of being easily understood the world over. The example shown here begins with a course designation (in North America, Orange refers to the intermediate level course). The second entry in the heading is the length of the course (in kilometers or meters), which is always measured as the minimum distance an orienteer would have to travel to complete the course (in other words, along the straight line except where an obstacle such as a lake or out-of-bounds area forces a deviation from the line. The third entry in the heading is the climb , in meters, as measured along the "ideal" route (as determined and measured by the course setter). Each succeeding line in the clue list describes the location of a control, and the final line describes the approach to the finish from the final control.

    15. Harlequins Orienteering Club
    Midlands club whose mapped areas fall within an area centred just West of Birmingham. Bounded in the West by Leominster, in the North Walsall and Dudley, in the South Malvern and in the East the M42.

    16. New Jersey Competitive Mounted Orienteering
    A fun oriented organization promoting mounted orienteering in and around the state of New Jersey. Schedule of events, news, photo album, rules, results and awards, and links.

    orienteeringrelated services including map making, workshops, corporate training. Course Workshop Announcements. 914-248-5957. orienteering UNLIMITED, INC.
    HOME Map Adventure Programs Map Making Services About Orienteering Map Making Process ... Links Orienteering Unlimited, Inc.
    3 Jan Ridge Rd
    Somers, NY
    W elcome to our Web Site, where you'll find information about our Map Adventure Programs, Orienteering Workshops, and Mapping Services, as well as general information about the sport of Orienteering and the map making process. What, exactly, is Orienteering?
    Visit the About Orienteering
    section of our Web site to learn about the sport of Orienteering. Map Making Services
    is where you'll find detailed information about the very special, highly detailed maps we make for parks, resorts, and others. See

    18. Software For Orienteering
    Software for orienteering This software list is published by the IOF IT Commission. Copyright © International orienteering Federation Revised 13 Oct 2003.
    Software for Orienteering This software list is published by the IOF IT Commission. If you want your software to be listed here, please send a text in the format below to Animator
    Current version: 1.03
    Author: Zbynek Cernin
    Address: Lamacova 911, CZ-152 00 Praha 5, Czech Republic
    Tel: +420 251 681 228
    fax: +420 251 814 584
    Web Page: It allows to publish map, courses, routes and split-times on the web as interactive internet application which allows to animate run of competitors on the map (play, stop, pause, speed, runners selection functions). Internet user can study routes together with split-times. He can draw own route otherwise animation run on connection between controls. Import from different software and files available. Publishing of flags and runner's photos available. Used during WOC 2003. Event data proceeding by author available. Language: English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, Polish, Hungarian

    19. Rotorua Orienteering Club
    Small orienteering club with around 40 active club members.
    This website features lots of groovy information on the following pages:
    What is Orienteering - An intro to 'O', and also a list of major events for 98 and beyond
    About the Rotorua Orienteering Club / Committee members
    What's on - upcoming events in Rotorua and the surrounding area
    Results of Rotorua events, and events featuring Rotorua orienteers Katoa Po Results here
    Maps - a selection of Rotorua's orienteering maps
    Other places - links to the best orienteering pages on the web (plus other goodies)
    Visiting Rotorua? Check out these places...
    How to plan a club event - the easy way
    Feeling hungry? Check out these great recipes
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