Yes, you can still orienteer! On your own or with family in your neighbourhood or a park near you.

FWOC will be posting / promoting orienteering activities you can do on your own or with your immediate family. As restrictions in Calgary are lifted or revised, the activities will broaden or change.

Important Safety Precautions: You are responsible for assessing risks and managing your safety. Ensure that you are properly trained and aware of the risks before embarking on any unsupervised orienteering activity. Always carry a whistle, a communication device, go with a "buddy" but keep physically distancing, and obey all government and local regulations. Note that any maps on our site may be out-of-date and may not have been recently field-checked. New hazards may exist that are not shown on the map. If you have any concerns about the safety of an area, please let us know and do not go out on the course or map.

Activity #1 - Neighbourhood Map and Course

Create a (pseudo) orienteering map and course in your neighbourhood! Neighbourhood Map & Course Creation 2021.pdf Note: You can choose to create a course for a friend in his or her neighborhood and exchange maps to make it more challenging!

Activity #2 - Contour Identification

Colour the "contours only" map to increase your understanding of contours. Detailed information is attached: Contours There are two maps to choose from: 2020 Sandy McNabb contours.pdf or Moose Creek contours only.pdf

Learn about MapRun6 and GPS Orienteering

MapRun6 is a GPS orienteering app for iPhone and Android phones. See our detailed instructions on installing and using MapRun6 at

Other resources include the Scottish Orienteering Association's videos on MapRunF Basic Functions, Creating KMZ Map Files, and Creating KML Course Files