Orienteering is a fantastic outdoor activity that combines running/walking with navigation (traditionally using a map and compass). Participants use their speed and coordination to locate a number of flags located around a course in the shortest time possible. Meath LSP are delighted to now have 6 mapped orienteering courses across Meath. To celebrate this we are hosting two Come & Try Orienteering Events.
“Come & Try Orienteering” events taking place in
Both events are free of charge but registration is essential – please register on the above links
All new Orienteering locations include the latest MapRun virtual courses making the activity accessible to anyone at anytime. Each location includes a Short, Medium and Long map with some including a Score Map. Participants are invited to download MapRun app on to their smartphone and follow the guided instructions.
Many mapped locations are inclusive with courses suitable for buggies and wheelchairs.
Traditional and MapRun virtual courses are now available in all of the following locations:
MapRun Orienteering is available to individuals, families and also larger groups from Schools, Community and Youth Groups and Age Active and Disability Groups. Each course is designed to include all levels of fitness and ability. For more details contact Lisa at email@example.com
The new MapRunF app allows participants to go Orienteering with virtual mapping. MapRunF app can be downloaded on to your phone and provides a list of mapped courses available in your area. This means there are no flags or equipment allowing you to go orienteering anytime that suits and logging your orienteering times on your phone.
MapRunF is an Android/iOS orienteering app that provides GPS based punching and timing for orienteering courses. This guide aims to provide a quick introduction to installing and using the MapRunF app, along with links to additional sources of information.
*Please ensure you follow up to date guidelines from the HSE on social distancing and outdoor activities*
*Please do not travel outside of your 5km travel limit for exercise*