The sport of orienteering and a local school team were featured in an article in The Buffalo News recently. Here’s the link to the article. Share with friends and encourage them to come out and learn how to do orienteering!
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On September 16, 2017 Dave Cady was awarded the Golden Service Award at the OUSA meeting. Below is an excerpt from Rob Reeves’ nomination letter. “Dave founded our club in 1976 and continues to serve as Treasurer. Dave is an expert mapper, patient trainer, and tireless
The Ontario Orienteering Championships will be held in Niagara Falls on October 28th and 29th at Fireman’s Park. Details from the Orienteering Ontario website are as follows: Sat 28 Oct AM: Ontario Sprint Distance Championships Sat 28 Oct PM: Ontario Middle Distance Championships Sun 29 Oct: Ontario Long Distance Championships (in conjunction with Peak-2-Peak Adventure
The Ellicottville Adventure Run and Hike was a successful event with more participants than ever before. The weather was a gorgeous, cool day perfect for hiking or running up and down all the hills. The new starting location at CCC Camp Seneca worked well and many were thrilled to be able to use a newly
Check out the results page to see the results from recent meets. Sprague Brook Park results are posted along with Knox Farm and earlier meets of the season.
Just under 100 people came out for the Knox Farm 5 Mile trail run last week. The weather was pleasant for a run. The results can be found on the Results page here on our website or on BuffaloRunners.com. The next trail run is on June 15th also in Knox Farm. Participants will have the
The club now has an open Facebook page for events and other news. Like the page to get Facebook updates about club, orienteering and outdoor happenings. The previous club Facebook group has been converted to a group that will focus on discussions of the map hikes. As Rob says on a post in the group,
This year’s season was highlighted in a recent article in The Buffalo News. Check out the article, the season and come on out to an event!
Hi orienteers, Now that our first meet is over, we are looking toward our second: Chestnut Ridge on Saturday, May 20. We need to line up volunteers to make this event a success. Because a Learn & Practice will precede the regular meet run by Henry, we need instructors to teach the beginners the basics
A group of hearty orienteers came out to Delaware Park despite the rain and clouds and enjoyed a great course throughout the park. The results are posted and can also be found on the Results page. The course offered pleasant views around Hoyt Lake and controls placed at various features. Participants had the added bonus