Formed in 1964 as one of the founding clubs of UK orienteering, we are a keen friendly club, regularly staging orienteering events and part of the South East Orienteering Association. Our membership lives mainly within 15 miles of Guildford, but also encompasses those much further afield.
Members range from the young to the young at heart, casual fun runners through to serious athletes.
Find out about our events by liking/following our Facebook page @guildfordorienteers!
Follow us on Twitter, or see the news blog for latest updates.
If you’re already a GO member, join our active Facebook group for the latest info, event photos etc. To find out what events are on, use our Find an O Event page.
Results from our last event (29th Feb 2020) – the Puttenham Leap including a video (& map tracking) of the Blue course by Jon Steed.
Because of the COVID-19 virus all UK orienteering activities have been suspended (from Tue 17 March). When all this is over we look forward to planning some more orienteering events!
If you’re looking to learn navigation / map reading / orienteering skills, you’ve just missed our training event at Puttenham but until we schedule some more, take a look at our Training Programme and make email contact with us, with details of your training needs. Or if you’re staying indoors, you could try the browser based O-simulation “The Forest” at https://myforest.uk developed by Graham Relf, it will certainly help you interpret contours better – but you’ll need to read the user guide beforehand!