The Alberta Orienteering Association is the provincial body responsible for the organization and promotion of orienteering throughout Alberta. This website is designed to provide information for members and visitors about orienteering, rogaining and adventure racing in Alberta.
As the majority of competitions and training events are conducted by associated clubs, follow our links page to a club in your area for details on when and where local events are held. Information on provincially, nationally and internationally sanctioned events can be found by visiting "Events" on our website.
View AOA Schedule
Next Event: 2014April 26, Official Course Level 200, Haysboro Community Association, Calgary, Register HERE
May 4, Morningside
May 11, Prairie Opener, Rumsey
AOA STRATEGIC PLAN
The AOA Strategic Plan 2014-2017 is now ready, you can find it HERE. We want to thank everyone who contributed one way or the other. We also want you to know that we are welcoming any comments you might have.
OFFICIAL COURSE LEVEL 200
Who: Level 100 qualified
when: April 26th, 2014
Where: Haysboro Community Association
Cost: AOA Members: $50
EOOC-FWOC Club members: $70
Regsitration: Zone4: HERE
COC: Whistler :1-5 Aug
WCOC: Kamloops 8-10Aug
Registration is now open for the 2014 Canadian Champs and the WCOC
click here to register
SASS PEEPRE JUNIOR TRAINING CAMP
New this year : you have to register ONLINE for the camp SEPARATELY from the competitions. The zone4 link to register for the camp is here
The Orienteering Association of British Columbia, Alberta
and New Brunswick are currently looking for Canadian mappers who have extensive
experience producing top quality orienteering maps (OCAD) to the latest ISOM
and ISSOM standards to work on different projects in Alberta, BC and New
Brunswick during the summer of 2014, for a period of time between 14 to 21
weeks. The hourly pay rate will be $29.25.
The specifics areas where we want to map are still to be
determined, but will include the Lower Mainland and East Kootenay areas of BC,
Edmonton area for Alberta and to be determined in New Brunswick.
The mappers will be coordinated by the Alberta Orienteering
Association for the administration part of the process, in conjunction with the
Orienteering Association of British Columbia & Orienteering New Brunswick.
If you are an interested mapper, and you have the
experience, send your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
FWOC MAPPERS NEEDED
The Foothills Wanderers Orienteering Club is currently looking for one or more mappers to work during the summer of 2014 on updating and re-mapping orienteering maps in the Calgary area. The projects range from small updates along the rivers in the city, due to the damage incurred by the June 2013 floods, to larger projects completely re-mapping city maps. The mapper(s) will work on a fee-for-service basis, with a contract. the wage will depend on the experience of the applicant.
Applicants should send their resume to email@example.com by April 30, 2014.
For more information please contact Don Bayly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPACT OF ORIENTEERING ON THE ENVIRONMENT
If you are interested in receiving a PDF of the report on the impact of the APOC 2002 orienteering event on the environment in the Bow Valley Wildland Park (written by Angeles Mendoza), please send an email to email@example.com.
AOA T-SHIRTS FOR SALE
We still have AOA technical t-shirts for sale. For details click HERE
Membership for 2014 is now open.
2014 Membership registration is open. Click HERE for online registration. If you have any question you can send an email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Orienteering Canada has a new Newsletter click HERE to read it!
To find out more about Orienteering Canada's long term athlete development (LTAD) model click: HERE
AOA Contact Info:
Alberta Orienteering Association