What is Orienteering?
Orienteering is a fun, outdoor, navigation-based sport suitable for all ages and levels of fitness.
Event Calendar 2020
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2020 MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE
Sun May 17 Mt Elphinstone CANCELLED
Weds July 22 Primary Interschool Teams Event (CANCELLED)
Sat Sept. 19 State Sprint Distance Champs (Curtin University)
Sun Sept. 20 State Long Distance Champs (Avon Valley)
Sat Sept. 26 Sprint (Narrogin Senior High School)
Sun Sept 27 State Middle Distance Champs (Foxes Lair, Narrogin)
Mon Sept 28 OWA Bush event (Dryandra Woodland)
2020 Series Points
Series points are awarded to members who run as an individual on the correct minimum course length - so everyone needs to run the medium or long course, except for U10s and U12s who can earn points on any course.
A scaling factor applies for each age group so that everyone is awarded points based on their amended minutes per kilometre.
Your best 5 ADHOC event scores count.
Members who do not formally nominate to assist at an event in the season will be ineligible for series awards.
Much more information is located here on the OWA page, their system is similar.
Informal Events and Coaching
Coach John Toomey is holding occasional training sessions for interested members.
For more information, manually add yourself to the club's mailing list using the form higher on this page, or email the club and ask.
Albany and Denmark Hinterland Orienteering Club (ADHOC) was formed in 2014 by a group of local enthusiasts with the aim of bringing orienteering to the Great Southern. We have conducted the 'Albany Trail Run' in 2016 and 2017 as our major fund-raising venture for club equipment.