Welcome to Cork Orienteering Club

If you are looking for a healthy, fun outdoor activity then why not try orienteering. Cork Orienteering Club organises and promotes the sport of orienteering in the Cork area, both City and County.

Our events cater for all ages and fitness levels, 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. We are always delighted to welcome beginners and families to our events, and we will have someone on hand at each event to show you the ropes.

Our aim is to promote orienteering as an outdoor sport that is enjoyed by families, hikers, bikers, social walkers, social runners, serious runners, adventure racers and anyone who loves the outdoors. Orienteering – The adventure sport for all.

LATEST CLUB NEWS

  • Crohane Lake - Sunday April 13th - Munster League #4 Cork Orienteering Club are delighted to invite you to take part in the Munster League #4 event at Crohane Lake, next Sunday April 13th. This area was used for the 1998 World Cup Qualification Races and more recently at last years Shamrock O-Ringen. It is typical West Cork/Kerry open mountain with intricate contour detail providing a fantastic opportunity to practice on this type of terrain for the upcoming Irish Championships. The courses will be solely in the open terrain on the Western half as shown on the original map left.  Map used on Sunday will be the 2013 SOR map.COURSES:Brown, 8.6km, 19c, 330m climbBlue, 6.9km, 17c, 280m climbGreen, 5.8km, 14c, 220m ...
    Posted 10 Apr 2014, 11:29 by Elaine Sheridan
  • Liam strikes gold at the Leinster Champs   There were mixed fortunes for CorkO at yesterday's Leinster Orienteering Champs near Portlaoise. The best club result was from our Olympian Liam O'Brien, who took gold on his debut (?) run in the M60 class. The photo shows Liam fresh from his M55 victory at the Irish Middle Distance Champs in 2013 (photo credit: Pat Healy, CNOC).   In other results, Brian Corbett was just 8 seconds away from 1st place in the M50 course, and on the longest course (M21L), Darren Burke finished in 2nd place. Well done to all - full results are here: http://www.orienteering.ie/result2?oaction=moreResult&id=2267 and the CorkO runners placed as follows: M14 Frank O'Brien 4th Cody Kelly Morrish 7th ...
    Posted 7 Apr 2014, 11:25 by Rob McEvoy
  • CorkO goes to the Leinster Champs  Best of luck to all the CorkO members taking part in the Leinster Orienteering Champs near Portlaoise tomorrow. Start lists are here: http://www.cnoc.ie/p/leinster-championships-2014.html I count at least 18 CorkO members - good luck to all.
    Posted 5 Apr 2014, 03:33 by Rob McEvoy
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