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!
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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
The maps for the 2017 map hikes are now available. Get yours today!
The annual meeting held this past weekend was a success. It included updates on what the club has accomplished in 2016 and a look ahead to 2017. Attendees who completed map hikes were recognized along with volunteers. A fun orienteering activity finished out the event.
The 2017 orienteering season is about to start! Be sure to check out the Events menu that lists all the meets, trail runs and guided map hikes. The events page lets you conveniently add any events you choose to iCal or Google Calendar. A printable version of all of this season’s events is also available
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A New Twist for BFLO O-club’s Premier Event—Here Come the Kids! This marks the twelfth year that our club has put on its version of a mini-Rogaine. A Rogaine, a Rugged Outdoor Activity Involving Navigation and Endurance, usually takes place over a 6, 12, or 24-hour period. Buffalo’s version is “mini” because we don’t offer