Go Orienteering

Virtual Orienteering Courses

It may be called “virtual”, but there’s nothing virtual about the terrain, the exercise and the navigation … using your smartphone (or alternatively your Garmin smart watch), MapRun offers a new dimension of socially distanced orienteering while still giving a challenge. All you need to do is to load the free app, choose a course, get there and start!

View all our virtual courses on a map

Permanent Orienteering Courses

If you’d like to try orienteering while socially distancing, then a permanent course might be just right for you. It enables you to follow a map and find the controls in your own time.

For those new to orienteering there is a new Orienteering Foundation video Permanent Orienteering Courses – Discover an Outdoor Adventure to give you an idea of what to expect.

Club News

Sat 8 Jun: Nonsuch Park

The theme of the next training activity is “What am I looking for?”. A useful insight into understanding control descriptions and interpreting the map. The training is aimed at beginners and rusty o…

Club Championships 23/24Current rankings

There was a low turnout at our penultimate event at Gravetye on Sunday, who knew the M25 would be closed for bridge demolition :-(

Once again there are no changes in the top rankings. Maybe we don't need 12 events to decide our Champions?

Tue 19 Mar

Southern Orienteering Championships 2024

February 4th saw Guildford Orienteers host the Southern Orienteering Championships at Redlands.

Congratulations to the winners. Here are some photographs of the Podium ceremonies taken in the day.

Tue 13 Feb

Club Championships 22/23

GO Club Champs 2022/23 Results after Round 12, and the winners are.......

Fri 31 Mar

Club Training - Puttenham Common

The GO/MV joint training sessions resumed after the Summer at Puttenham Common on Saturday 1st October.

On a bright day we concentrated on using the compass to follow a bearing. There were a range of activities from a short simple course for newcomers up to more challenging courses for those trying to improve their skills.

After a break for refreshments and hot chocolate there was a fun activity allowing everyone to visit controls and use a dibber.

The next session is planned for Saturday 19th November at Abinger Roughs between Guildford and Dorking

Mon 17 Oct