Run or walk, compete against yourself or others, or a fun family day out. Classic "forest" orienteering for all in the great outdoors. (Mar-Sept)
   Run, walk or push a pram to a 45 minute time limit. How many points can you get? (Oct-Feb)
    A great introduction to orienteering with fun courses in suburban parks & reserves. Also includes a night event. (Feb-Mar)
    Navigate around bush tracks and trails on your mountain bike. The     BOSS series offers 75 minute score & line+score events. (Oct-Mar)






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Asking orienteers why they orienteer may be akin to asking how long is a piece of string. Dig a little deeper, however, and you may find some commonality.

The Nordic countries continue to dominate in orienteering participation, and there may be a good reason for this beyond their obvious desire to make up for the harsh northern winters. I expect that the Norwegian friluftsliv (literally a desire for “free-air life”, and pronounced “free-loofs-leaf,”) also resonates in non-Nordic cultures.

So, where do you sit with all this? Does de-stressing in nature and sharing the experience with others resonate with you?

The Norwegian secret: how friluftsliv boosts health and happiness | Norway | The Guardian