Ferei HL50 Super Bright Headlight - Review
Are you looking at your night equipment and thinking it needs upgrading?
Useful links to other orienteering resources on the web.
The club maintains a permanent sub group for fixtures and mapping.
Organiser Manual and Forms needed by event organisers
Organiser Manual reflects latest Covid organisation requirements
Risk assessment and Covid risk assessment should be completed prior to each event
Accident report and event return forms are needed...
Organising an Urban Orienteering race
See comments from the organiser of the Tunbridge Wells and Canterbury Urban races for insights into what is required to organise these types of events
Here is a selection of orienteering-related videos sourced from the YouTube website.
Personal Event Analysis
Use this form to analyse how well you orienteered.
Planning and organising a KOL event
The Kent Orienteering League is intended to provide orienteers with a good quality but informal (Level ‘D’, local event) series of orienteering events held on Saturdays. Events will be as well- organised as is practical with minimal...
Planning colour coded courses
Simon Maytum explains how to plan course to the correct technical difficulty
Routegadget 2 - draft user guide
A draft user guide for Routegadget 2 is available here: Saxons_Routegadget_Guide
To access the Saxons events in RouteGadget V2 follow the link:
Ticks and Lyme Disease
- Ticks carrying disease are found across the UK in both town and countryside
- Not all ticks are infected – infection rate in any place in the UK varies from zero to about 15%
- Most active March to October, but they can be active on mild...
Volunteering with Saxons
For an orienteering event to take place we need a willing band of volunteers to make it happen.