Join us for the last point-to-point event of the 2022-2023 season in one of our favorite venues, Tyler State Park. PLUS: Stick around for Night orienteering! Learn more and sign up via the info page. Image: Tyler during a controlled burn last year — keeping the forest healthy and runnable!
Young orienteers age 13-19 are invited to join us from June 4-9, 2023, for our annual camp dedicated to achieving navigational greatness! Find out more and fill out an application for yourself, your child or your students.
Where? Why, right here: http://ntoa.com/results/
It’s time to head back to Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (and hopefully some great weather and wildflowers) for our Spring-O event in coordination with the Longhorn BSA Council! Registration for orienteering (via NTOA) and optional lodging (via BSA) are both now open: http://ntoa.com/spring-o-with-longhorn-council-bsa-2023/
Different format, maybe even more fun: Mass start, following is allowed, skip a control, first one across the line wins for each course. It’s barebones, so no awards, just navigational fun. All this for $5 ($3 e-punch rental required if you don’t have your own.) This terrain is tough, though… http://ntoa.com/lbj-grasslands-dillogoat-2023/
Find out who won here: http://ntoa.com/results/
December is right around the corner, and with it our meet at Camp Trevor Rees-Jones/Clements Scout Ranch near Athens. Usually called the Texas Stampede, this season we’re elevating it to the Texas championships! Registration is open now — note: Please download the PDF with special Championship classes and sign up for one of these, even if it’s not the course …
Enjoy Thanksgiving week with family and friends even more by taking them orienteering at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve in Plano! Register online and then download maps for one (or more) of three courses by Stan Darnell.
We came. We navigated. We rambled! See who did it best.
Online registration closes this Thursday, Nov. 3, at 6 pm. Hope to see you there! Register now!