Find your local club

Orienteering is an outdoor activity taking place in Scottish rural and urban areas and is a club-centred, for various reasons. Clubs map out courses for suitability, variety and safety, they set up control points, and teams of club volunteers run the events. You’re welcome to have a go at orienteering for a few times before joining a club.

Once you have decided you want to participate in orienteering we recommend you join a club, which gives you many benefits.

BASOC (Badenoch & Strathspey OC)

Speyside (also extends to Fort William)

CLYDE (Clydeside Orienteers)

Glasgow, Renfrewshire & Dunbartonshire

ECKO (Loch Eck Orienteers, Argyll)

Argyll (Oban to Dunoon)

ELO (East Lothian Orienteers)

Edinburgh and the Lothians

ESOC (Edinburgh Southern OC)

Edinburgh and the Lothians

FVO (Forth Valley Orienteers)

Stirling, Dunblane, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, Linlithgow and Callander

GRAMP (Grampian Orienteers)

Aberdeen and surrounding area

INVOC (Inverness OC)

Inverness and surrounding area

MOR (Moravian Orienteers)

Morayshire, Elgin, Forres

RR (Roxburgh Reivers, Scottish Borders)

Borders, Peebles, Selkirk, Ettrick

SOLWAY (Solway Orienteers)

Dumfries & Galloway

STAG (St Andrew’s OC Glasgow)

Greater Glasgow and N & S Lanarkshire

TAY (Tayside Orienteers)

Perth, Kinross, Angus, Dundee

TINTO (Tinto OC, Lanarkshire)

Lanark, Biggar, Lanarkshire