The best way to try orienteering is to come out to a local event and get involved. Newcomers are always welcome and don't need any special skill or equipment, just dress for an outdoor fun activity!
The Edmonton Overlanders Orienteering Club is the only orienteering club in Edmonton. Incorporated in 1979.
EOOC number of members has increased over the past 10 years, reflecting the growing interest in orienteering. Each year, over 800 people in the Capital Region participate in our events.
Try a local event or get involved by visiting our website !
National & International Organizations
Foothills Orienteering is an active club of several hundred members in southern Alberta. We organize events, races and training throughout the year, and have programs for youth and adults. The club has had a strong history of orienteering in the Calgary area for over 30 years.Our popular Adventure run program (SOGO) has over 600 kids involved.
Come join us for a fun activity to try our sport, visit our website!