If you have not tried orienteering, or have given it a go and want to know more, we have gathered some information that should help.
There are a lot of strange words you may hear when you first try orienteering, or even after doing it for some time, and our Jargon Buster should help with that.
As well as coming to organised orienteering events, there are several permanent orienteering courses in our area - this page has more details and links to the British Orienteering permanent Orienteering Course page.
Lots more information about jargon, control descriptions and so on can be found here.
And when you are hooked, you will want to know how to join.