Results from Sun 17 Feb Glencruitten
Autumn/Winter series 2018/2019

Results and splits

Another successful EckO event. Despite a dire but accurate weather forecast, more than forty folk turned out for John McLuckie’s event at Glencruitten Woods. John created the Glencruitten map last year, updated the map this year (there has been a lot of felling), and planned Sunday’s courses. Unfort…


EckO's Annual General Meeting took place after the Glencruitten Woods event on Sunday

Wed 20 FebRead more…

Scottish 6 Days 2019 Strathearn

Scottish 6days 2019

The event provides 6 days of wonderful orienteering in different locations around Strathearn. Why not use this event as an opportunity to try out and improve your orienteering skills in a different area? If you are unsure, several EckO members will be going and can advise and support.

Tue 19 FebRead more…

Scottish Sprint Championships 2019

Scottish Sprint Championships

Carol Burnapp provides an entertaining account about her experiences at the Scottish Sprint Championships last weekend.

Wed 6 FebRead more…

Hot off the press from Russia

Ski orienteering in Samara

Briony is now half way through her year in Russia. Read all about her adventures.

Wed 30 JanRead more…

De-flabbing at the Artisan cafe

The weather didn't look promising but luckily it held off and remained dry, allowing 13 EckO orienteers to start 2019 de-flabbing in the hinterland of Strathfillan.

Mon 7 JanRead more…

Annual Junior Inter Area Competition

Forres Roseisle

Five hardy EckO Juniors had great fun at this years Junior Inter area competition at Forres and Roseisle. Hardy - because it was FREEZING!
Read Susannah and Ruairi’s reports about the weekend.

Fri 9 NovRead more…

Briony orienteers in Russia

Briony 3

Briony Kincaid, who is one of our young adult members has gone to Russia for a year.

Sun 7 OctRead more…

Green with a twist - unravelled!

Tralee Sep 2018 16

A quick explanation of what was involved with Green with a twist

Sun 23 SepRead more…

New to Orienteering?

Orienteering Control

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.


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