The Dunstaffnage ROMP is now available from Sunday 10th January 2021.
Many thanks to Finlo and Ross for planning the orange and green Romp and also for putting out the controls.
If you plan to do a ROMP please ensure you follow the current Government Guidelines and do the ROMP either individually, as a family unit or under 'the meet one other person' category.
Please remember that these courses are not official orienteering registered events or activities so participants take part at their own risk.
Pdf - Dunstaffnage Orange
Pdf - Dunstaffnage Green
Please remember to choose a course within your own fitness and orienteering ability. Be aware that the ground will be very wet, possibly icy and definitely slippery and tussocky in places. Take care but have fun.
As always it is really useful to have an idea about how many people are participating in the EckO monthly ROMP. In order to help us, please log your ROMP's here when you have completed one.
Following the recent training camp in Edinburgh, Iris has now been selected to the British Orienteering Talent Squad for 2020/2021. This means lots of hard work and dedication ahead for Iris but what a fantastic achievement and opportunity. Congratulations also to all the other athletes who achieved selection. EckO look forward to hearing about the many adventures Iris is sure to have.
Huge congratulations to Iris MacMillan who has been invited to attend the Talent Assessment Camp by British Orienteering at Edinburgh in October
Get your orienteering fix using MapRun. Urban maps are available for Oban with more traditional orienteering maps available at Ganavan, Sutherland's Grove and Tralee with more in the pipeline.
Learn how to use the MapRunF app at our Beginners Workshop or join the MapRunF Discussion Workshop to share innovative ideas with others.
Congratulations to Ruari (M/W 12) and Finlay (M/W 10) who won their age classes in the Alternative Jamie Stevenson Trophy. Results on SOA website.
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.
Get event updates and news direct to your inbox.