Compass Point Scottish O League 2018

All races Sundays.
Starts from 10:30 am.
Full range of colour-coded courses, from string courses for under-5s to 10km+ Black courses for Elite orienteers.

25th March Auchengarrich AROS/GB Squad
8th April Linn of Tummel ESOC
23rd Sept tbc BASOC
7th Oct Errochty STAG
28th Oct Roseisle MOR

Compass Point Scottish O League 2017

SOL league tables by Course and Age Class now updated after the final race at SOL7.  A summary of the results for 2017 will be added to this page in due course (and will appear in the next edition of Score).

Drummond Hill and beyond from the Amulree to Kenmore Road.

Scottish Orienteering League 7 - Drummond Hill West

Interlopers staged the final SOL of 2017 on the narrow but perfectly formed Drummond Hill on the NE end of Loch Tay.  Final positions in the O-League have been decided, with some major changes for those trying to hold onto a top 10 finish in their age class - some orienteers who had only completed in three previous events or had a poor run had the opportunity to catapult up the results board.  The SOL followed…

INTrepid weekend 2017

bto SOUL10 & SOL7 - 28 & 29 October

Interlopers are hosting the penultimate race in the Urban League in Livingston and the final Scottish League on Drummond Hill above Loch Tay.

Results are here, including WinSplits and RouteGadget.

Roseisle embargoed area

Orienteering Embargos

Orienteering embargos i.e. restricted access apply to certain levels of event.  Major events (previously Level A) and National events (previously Level B)  have embargos in place by default.  The Scottish Orienteering League (SOL) events are classifed as National events and the SOL rules state: "An embargo shall be observed by those wishing to score points in the SOL.  The embargo period is one year, or from the…

The Clothing Dump Pram “Who would believe that the Organiser used to fit into this?” Photo and quote Lyndsey Esson

Scottish Orienteering League 6 - Forvie

The penultimate Scottish Orienteering League (SOL) event of 2017 was staged by Grampian Orienteers whose website is sub-titled "Take a Run on the Wild Side."  Forvie National Nature Reserve certainly lived up to this billing - in the pre-event information Gramp stated "It’s windswept, it’s wild, it’s wonderful (in our not-so-humble opinion but we’re sure you’ll agree)".  Hurricane Ophelia was somewhere out to…

SOL6 Forvie

Sunday 15th October

GRAMP are pleased to welcome you all to the amazing landscape at Forvie, guaranteed to keep you on your navigational toes all the way round. Entries close on 8th October.

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