We are a small and friendly orienteering club covering the M11 corridor: NE London and SW Essex. We welcome new members of any age and ability
Orienteering is an exciting outdoor adventure sport that exercises your mind and your body. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The aim is to navigate between checkpoints marked on a special orienteering map. There is no set route so the skill and fun come from trying to find the quickest way to go. To find out more, click here to see a series of 5 minute videos produced by fellow club SLOW
We have a range of permanent and virtual orienteering courses available which you can enjoy whenever suits you. The permanent courses are typically in rural areas like Harlow Town Park and the River Lee Country Park: click here for details. The virtual courses are in urban districts in the NE London area (e.g. Leyton): click here for details (to see a list of all virtual courses near you, click here).
These permanent and virtual courses are a great way to learn about orienteering, as are our coaching sessions in Epping Forest. The next sessions are as follows: 23rd October, 27th November, 11th December, 22nd January, 26th February, 25th April.
Our next competitive event is The Mitre, taking place on Sunday 5th December 2021 in Epping North. For details click here.
Our Club Championship event is on Sunday 28th November 2021 in Weald Park. For details click here.
The South East Middle Distance championships will take place on Sunday 31st October at Kings Wood Challock. For details click here.
To see a full list of events taking place all over the country click here.
British Orienteering are running a series of webinars on a variety of topics, including Mapping. To see the list click here
Here are our most recent results. Click here for the full list of results
Epping South East – 10 Oct 2021
Wanstead Park – 4 Jul 2021
Warlies Park – 8 Mar 2020
Leyton Central Line Street-O – 27 Feb 2020
Woodford Central Line Street-O – 23 Jan 2020
Epping Far East SE Middle Championships / MITRE 2019
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