Go Orienteering

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

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

CLYDE at Pollok parkrun

CLYDE Pollok April 2024

There was a good CLYDE turnout at Pollok parkrun on Saturday 6th April.

Mon 8 Apr

CLYDE at JK 2024

JK 2024 Emma 2

Although our numbers were reduced by illness, there were some strong CLYDE performances at JK 2024 held in the Midlands over the Easter weekend.

Tue 2 Apr

CLYDE Successes in the Scottish Orienteering League 2023

SOL 2023 CLYDE Winners small

The Scottish Orienteering League (SOL) is (alongside the Scottish Championships) the premier annual Scottish orienteering competition, and several CLYDEsiders achieved top overall results in 2023. Huge congratulations to W21E winner Emma Wilson, W65 winner Amelia Petrie, M50L winner Dave Robertson (actually a M55), M55L winner Steve Wilson, and M65L winner Donald Petrie. Well done to the other podium places achieved by Rachel Wilson (3rd W55L) and Alastair Dunlop (3rd M50L), and all the others who took part this year. Full results can be found here. The winner of the CLYDE Cannon Trophy for the most SOL points is once again Donald Petrie with an impressive 3902 points.

Mon 18 Mar

CLYDE at Springburn parkrun

CLYDE Springburn March 2024 1

CLYDE enjoyed the spring sunshine at Springburn parkrun on 2nd March.

Sat 2 Mar

CLYDE at the Scottish Night Championships 2024

Alastair mid-course

There was a good CLYDE turnout at this year's Scottish Night Orienteering Championships held in Dumfries on 24th February, with Alastair Dunlop becoming the Veteran Men Champion, and Dave Robertson (Super Veteran Men) and Donald Petrie (Ultra Veteran Men) both runners up in their categories, plus several other strong results. Full results can be found here.

Sun 25 Feb

CLYDE at Erskine Waterfront parkrun

CLYDE Erskine February 2024

There was an excellent CLYDE turnout at the Erskine Waterfront parkrun on Saturday 10th February.

Sun 11 Feb

CLYDE and GOATS at the Devil's Burdens Relay 2024

Devils Burdens Relay 2024 Dave

Two CLYDE/GOATS teams took part in this year's Devil's Burdens Relay on 3rd February, recording a best result of 53rd place in a large field of very strong teams drawn mainly from hill running and running clubs. Well done to all of those who took part!

Tue 6 Feb