Orienteering is a great leveller. The slow runner who is good at map reading can beat the sprinter who keeps getting lost.
Depending on the aim of the session participants can either operate as individuals or in small teams.
This activity can be run at a number of permanent orienteering sites around the country. Orienteering outdoors can take place in almost any weather conditions.
- Lightweight clothing
- Hat, gloves and scarf
- Waterproof clothing
- Good strong footwear (ideally walking boots)
- Water bottle
- Orienteering forms a valuable cross-curricular link within the National Curriculum
- The session can be run either on an individual or team basis and is a great source of fun for all involved