ABCD 10Km and FunRun

Hi to all our Orienteers. Looking for a bit of fitness work?

Wed 27 Apr 2022Read more…

EckO at the JK


This year the Jan Kellstrom International Orienteering Festival (JK) was held over the Easter weekend in South Wales.

Fri 22 Apr 2022Read more…

April Newsletter and Glencoe Lochan event

IMPORTANT - Glencoe Lochan Event - THIS SUNDAY (Sunday, 10th April)

As well as being a normal club event, this is also a 'Come and Try' event and is being

organised by the newly formed EckO Lochaber hub with the assistance of EckO.

It is suitable for families, juniors and all beginners and everybody is welcome. For further details click here

Wed 6 Apr 2022Read more…

Success for EckO Athletes in Northumberland

Northern Champs 4

Fantastic Results for five EckO athletes who entered the sprint, middles distance and the Northern Championships in Northumberland last weekend. Day 1 was the sprint at Cramlington where Iris MacMillan was 5th in W18. Day 2 was a middle distance at Shaftoe Crags where Iris was 2nd W18 and Susannah was 9th W50. The Northern Championships were held at Dukeshouse Wood. Ruari Cottier was 3rd M14, Finlay Cottier was 6th M14, Finlo Cottier was 1st M50S and Iris was 2nd W18. Huge Congratulations to all who took part

Tue 5 Apr 2022Read more…

March Newsletter

Success for SWAT

Happy Spring - looks like the better weather might be tempted to appear. Have I totally jinxed it?

Fri 18 Mar 2022Read more…

AGM 2022

Hi folks.

This is to inform you that we are changing the date and format of our 2022 AGM to a Zoom meeting to be held on Wednesday March 30th at 7:30pm.
Please find attached the minutes of the 2021 AGM and an agenda for the 2022 AGM.

Sun 13 Mar 2022Read more…

January Newsletter

Mrs Christmas galloping through the forest

Happy New Year to all EckO members and friends. Hopefully, 2022 will be a year full of amazing orienteering adventures and social opportunities which will allow us to really grow as a club.

Wed 19 Jan 2022Read more…

Young people - our futureHow do we keep young people engaged in our fabulous sport?

You may be aware from various posts and discussions that the Scottish Orienteering Equality group is keen to build up a picture of how we keep young people engaged in our fabulous sport. In addition to the recent 'community conversation' on this topic, SOA are running a survey which is anonymous.

SOA are keen to find out more views on what encourages and what puts young people off orienteering and to gather thoughts and ideas about what may need to change. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey.

The link to the survey is here

Mon 22 Nov 2021Read more…