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ONE OF THE BIGGEST ORIENTEERING CLUBS IN SCOTLAND

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You don't have to be a member to come to our events, but if you want to get the most out of your orienteering you can join our club. Click HERE,follow the prompts and you'll be able to call yourself a Moravian!

Future Moravian Events

Sat, 27 May 17 Findhorn

Saturday Series and Moray & Nairn Schools League

Registration 1015 -1115 down the Dunes Road. Non-club members welcome. Reserve your map

Sun, 04 Jun 17 Dulnain Bridge

Moray & Highland Junior Champs (& open local event)

Organized by BASOC but listed in "our" events as this is one of the stand-out local events for our junior members and non-members alike this year - almost a home fixture

Sat, 17 Jun 17 Culbin

Saturday and Moray & Nairn Schools League

Kirsty McArthur is planning this one, with some help from the Barrs.

Results & splits for recent events

 

 

Related Events (Organised by other clubs)

Wed, 24 May 17 Hazelhead (Aberdeen) - GRAMP Summer Series

4 courses and part of the Grampian Adventure Challenge Series

Wed, 24 May 17 Culbin Forest Run Trail Run - The Moray Forest Runs Stage 2

The second of the ever-popular Moray Forest Run Series

Sun, 28 May 17 Tyrebagger Woods, W of Aberdeen - GRAMP Level C Event

Easy to get to this side of Aberdeen, and another counting event for the Club League. This is being run as a "middle distance" event so courses will be shorter and more intense than normal!

Tue, 30 May 17 Carrbridge - BASOC Evening Event & Schools League

The second of BASOC's Evening Series & Schools League featuring Yellow, Orange and Green courses. Anyone can run the Schools League courses but only local schools count for the awards.

Wed, 31 May 17 Craig Phadrig, Inverness

The last of INVOC's excellent Evening Event and Schools League series. They get 100s of kids and the courses are good for adults too. Ord Hill is the woods just across the Kessock Bridge.