Wake up your body! Come run some short and fun courses at beautiful Manatoc. You can run one, or all three. Each course is quick, fast, and will let you ease in to this year’s orienteering schedule.
Here are the resources for the NEOOC Course Design Workshop on 27 February, 2016. Hangouts, slides, resource documents, and map files.
For the past 18 years, the U.K.’s Environment Agency has used a remote sensing methodcalled LIDAR (short for Light Detection and Ranging) to scan and map 72 percent of England’s surface. The 3D terrain images are used to monitor changing coastlines and model floods. But the maps recently revealed something else: an exciting archaeological find. Within the images, experts spotted miles upon miles of ancient Roman roads that may date back as far as the first century CE. Click to read more…
Winter has finally joined us, with a frigid -2F / -19C today (14 FEB 2016), to celebrate a frosty Valentine’s Day in Ohio. Here are science-based 5 tips for how to keep warm while enjoying the outdoors, whether that’s running, orienteering, hiking, or just playing in the snow!
Daniel and Martin Hubmann – the two world orienteering championships medallists!
Looking for a challenging and fun outdoor activity? Try Orienteering! Join Stark Parks for an introduction to this family of sports requiring the use of a map and compass to navigate from point to point through a variety of diverse and unfamiliar terrains. We’ll cover navigational techniques, orienteering lingo, and introduce you to ways in which you can participate in this fun, family friendly activity.