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Virtual Orienteering Courses

The MapRun orienteering app allows you to take part in “Virtual” orienteering courses using the GPS in your smartphone (or watch) at a time convenient for yourself. You run a course using either the map on your phone screen or a paper version, and your phone will beep when you reach the correct location of each control.

What is Orienteering?

Orienteering is an exciting outdoor adventure sport which involves walking or running whilst navigating around a course using a detailed map and sometimes a compass.
The aim is to navigate in sequence between a set of control points and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. It does not matter how young, old or fit you are, as you can run, walk or jog the course and progress at your own pace.

Club News

Come and Try Orienteering at Balloch and/or Mugdock in July

On the run in

Clyde is holding some Introduction to Orienteering events in Balloch and Mugdock County Parks in July.

These are a fantastic opportunity for families to try a fun new activity for both adults and children.

Everyone is welcome to Come and Try, and for only £3 it's a perfect day out to try something new and be active.

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Sat 6 Jul

CLYDE at Tollcross parkrun

CLYDE Tollcross July 2024

There way a great CYDE turnout on a sunny morning at Tollcross parkrun on 6th July.

Sat 6 Jul

CLYDE at Elder parkrun

CLYDE Elder Park June 2024

There was a small but perfectly formed CLYDE turnout at Elder parkrun on 1st June.

Sat 1 Jun

CLYDE at Scottish Championships 2024

Scottish 2024 MW65 Podium

While there were no CLYDE Scottish Champions at the Scottish Individual Championships held last weekend, there were a number of excellent performances, notably Dave Robertson 3rd M60, Donald Petrie 2nd M65, and Christine Patterson 3rd W65. there were no podiums for the two CLYDE teams at the Scottish Relay Championships, but special mention to Alex Lennie for an excellent 3rd place on the first leg in the 23+ Age Class race, and to Amelia Petrie who had an excellent run on the C Course in the 23+ Age Class team. It's not often she has to run a longer course than Donald!

Sat 1 Jun

CLYDE at Levengrove parkrun

CLYDE Levengrove May 2024

There was a small by enthusiastic CLYDE turnout at Levengrove parkrun on 18th May.

Sun 19 May

Seeking two development/project officers.

Clydeside Orienteers is looking to expand by hiring two development/project officers. Initially, these positions are for 10 days at £140/day each, with the potential for extension based on performance and funding. Our goal is to strengthen our existing presence and offerings.

Wed 24 Apr

CLYDE at Scottish Middle Distance Champs 2024

SMDC 2024 Donald Podium

There was a good CLYDE turnout at the Scottish Middle Distance Championships held at Hill of Alyth on 20th April. The highlights were Donald Petrie taking the Men's UltraVet title, Dave Roberson winning a bronze medal in the Men's SuperVet class, and Christine Patterson just missing the podium with 4th place in the Women's UltraVet class.

Sun 21 Apr

CLYDE at British Championships 2024

BOC 2024 M65 Podium

This year's British Championships saw two days tough racing on the steep and muddy slopes of Mulgrave Woods near Whitby. The CLYDE highlight was an excellent silver medal for Donald Petrie on M65L. On the short classes, Dan Graves as 2nd on M21S, Steve Wilson was 2nd on M55S, and Alexandra Lennie was 3rd on W21S. Two mixed CLYDE/GOAT teams ran in the relays.

Mon 15 Apr