Orienteering is an outdoor activity that is suitable for people of all ages. As a group or a family or solo, it is a great way of exploring the Scottish countryside. Our EventsNews, Membership, Clubs and What is Orienteering? pages provide you with everything you need to know. Contact us with any queries.


Wanted – Key Officials for the Scottish Schools Orienteering Festival!

The annual SSOF is planned to be held at Scone Palace, Perth on Thu June 4th 2020 and we are now looking for some offers of support to help make the day a big success.


19th February, 2020

Championship & Trophy Double-Header set for March

It’s not only the hares that go mad in March – orienteers can look forward to a double-header weekend over the 14th and 15th March with the Scottish Middle Distance Championships at Gleneagles and the CompassSport Cup & Trophy at Errochty.


19th February, 2020

Moravian beats Storm Dennis to award Championship Trophies

The Moray Coast proved to be the ideal location to host the 2020 Scottish Night Championships and the first Compass Point SOL event of the year. While the rest of the country had battened down the hatches, the weather was fairly mild to allow for successful racing at both Findhorn and Darnaway


18th February, 2020

When is it too windy to orienteer?

The recent very windy weather has led to many Scottish clubs addressing the issue of should an event or activity go ahead or are the risks of trees falling too high. If you’re an organiser or a coach looking to put on an event, you may find a new guidance document useful.


17th February, 2020

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