New to Orienteering?
There are loads of ways for you to get involved in Orienteering. Club night runs weekly during school term time and is a great starting point. We have coaches on hand to help you in your first sessions.
We also have our Anytime Events using MapRun, a way to Orienteer using your phone or smartwatch. These are free, you just need to print the map and download the app.
EBOR and other local clubs also run small local events which are a fantastic way to start the competitive side of Orienteering.
Here are some useful links to resources and more information about Orienteering.
Meet at the west end of St Oswald’s Road, York, YO10 4PF, at 6.30 pm. We’ll be looking for line features and their usefulness. The area is mostly on grass. We’re past the equinox now, so headtorches/a torch are a must! The notice previously said 4th Oct – please ignore that date, this is for
Burnholme 18/09/2021 – Yorkshire Urban League (C) Some final details for everyone joining us this Saturday. Map scale 1:4000. Courses A, B, C, D are A3 portrait and have maps back to back. Courses E, F, G are A4 landscape. All maps are pre-marked with pictorial descriptions on them. Spare descriptions will be available in
Club night returns after a summer away!Meet in Foxwood Park, Bellhouse Way, York YO24 3PW… a small area of grass S of Bellhouse Way opposite the Community Centre. There will be a number of complex sprint courses to try out a variety of techniques including visualisation, simplification and when to check control codes. We will start
Hollicarrs Results We now have the results for the Hollicarrs Night Score event from Day 1 of the White Rose available on our website. Thank you all for your patience with this and a huge thanks to Graham and Keith from the EBOR SI team for sorting out the issues. These can be found on
We hope that you enjoyed your run at Skipwith on a sunny day on good terrain. Stuart had planned some excellent courses that were well received and we were delighted to have the maximum 400 runners enter. Skipwith offers good navigational challenges and most of you got out onto the moorland as well as round