Every Tuesday we go out orienteering, usually with a navigational focus and some gentle coaching. It’s as hard as you want it to be, both physically and technically!
Due to the continuing presence of Covid-19, Tuesday evening sessions are open only to BASOC members who live locally and you MUST pre-book. Read the detail on the news item.
There are various ways you can get your 'navigation fix' at the moment.
We are absolutely delighted that we can re-start our regular Tuesday training and social meets, but of course we must minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19 infection and keep in line with guidance and rulings from the Scottish Government.
Please read this item and make sure you understand how our Tuesday evenings have changed.
It has been a relatively quiet time since the last eNews - this is all about to change with the recently issued guidelines. Yes we can orienteer in our local forest areas, albeit a small group at a time.
We are edging closer to being able to go orienteering again; the "Stay local" advice (travel up to 5 miles from home) is still applicable which curtails many of us being able to access our areas (and add in restrictions due ground nesting birds and capercaillie).
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In BASOC we have a huge variety of orienteering experience - from those who have recently taken up the sport to those who have been doing it for a few years to those who seem to have been orienteering for ever!
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