Is summer in the desert valley getting hot enough for you?  Well, this September you will have an opportunity to race your orienteering friends on a fine map or explore cool pine forests and scenic granite rock formations at Bear Wallow in the Coronado

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The Sunday, May 20th orienteering event will take place in the foothills of the Santa Rita Mountains (off Highway 83 in the Coronado National Forest). The Start and Finish for will be where the Arizona trail crosses Box Canyon Road. There will be White (2-3

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On Saturday, April 21, 2012 the Tucson Orienteering Club will host an orienteering event in conjunction with the Old Pueblo District Boy Scout Camporee at the Double V Scout Ranch, near Cat Mountain.

Update (3/30):  On-site registration has been extended to 3:00 p.m. and courses will be open until 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Come join us at one of the club's favorite sites within the Coronado National Forest.  Why such a favorite?  The beauty.  Cochise's

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Meet at Italian Trap postponed to Sunday, March 25. It will be a more-or-less regular meet, although people may need to do their own timing, depending on whether or not we get a volunteer. There will be no beginner's clinic, but we will make sure you get

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Update (3/19/12):  Due to bad weather this event has been postponed to 3/25/12.  The US Forest Service has approved this change.

Come join us for classic courses on March 25 at Italian Trap, located at Redington Pass in the Coronado National Forest. Course

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Come join us for classic courses at Cat Mountain on January 22.  Course setter Mark Everett has set for your enjoyment White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Red, and Tucson Motala courses on a completely New Cat Mountain map!

Spring comes early in Arizona. When people still ski in Central Park and snowshoe in the Midwest, the sun warms up the Sonoran Desert. Welcome to the 2012 Southwest Spring B-Meet during the Washington’s Birthday weekend! Three days of orienteering near

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Are you interested in course setting or meet directing?   Then help us fill a slot on our existing calendar or propose your own event!   For further details, contact the Event Scheduler.

To see the calendar of nationally sanctioned orienteering events, check

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Enjoy some orienteering Sunday morning at Greasewood Park!  We are starting early so the weather should be lovely and cool. We hope to see many new friends from Tucson Meet Yourself out for their first orienteering event.  Beginners clinics will be held.

This all local festival of culture and food will focus on health and fitness this year.  It takes over a huge swath of downtown.  While this event is usually excellent, this year it will be even better: there will be free orienteering!

Come join us at Catalina State Park on Sunday, November 20th for a fine morning of orienteering fun!  There will be five classic style courses (covering all skill levels) and our long-distance Tucson motala on an awesome, detailed terrain map.

Approximately 25 of our reflective night-O controls will be tucked away at various points on the university campus awaiting your discovery at our next night orienteering event this coming October 7, a Friday evening.  You will have 45 minutes to garner as
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The winter solstice meet of December 18th at Ironwood Picnic Area will feature the five standard courses (white, yellow, orange, green, and red) and a Tucson Motala designed according to IOF specifications by a veteran course setter who recently ran in

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Mark your calendars.  Back by popular demand will be night orienteering at Reid Park.  This is a beginner friendly site for night orienteering and a lot of fun for orienteers of all levels.

On Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 9 AM, our Annual General Meeting will be held in conjunction with our U of A event.  All those who care about orienteering in Tucson are encouraged to participate in reviewing the last year and planning for the new one.  All

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Come join us Sunday, September 18th, for National Orienteering Day in the cool Catalina Mountains on the last weekend of summer!  The courses will be a 2-hour and 3-hour score-O with an easier loop included for beginners.  You will be navigating on a

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Peg Davis, Meet Director and Course Setter

Join us early on a cool morning for point-to-point courses on the lovely, nearly-studentless University of Arizona campus.  Pay once, run them all!  Ever wonder how fast you are compared to other orienteers? The

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Our next night-O will be in the Tucson Mountains at Cat Mountain.  In case you haven't been there before, let me reassure you that we will not be climbing Cat Mountain, the nearby peak for which this site is named.  It will be necessary to hike about a
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Update (6/6/11):  Our permit to hold this event has been approved.  Also, read below for added map notes and more detailed directions on how to get there. 

We haven't used this site in so many years we no longer have the map for it but we did use it for

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