Most events have courses for beginners, contact organiser for details.
We also have a number of Permanent Orienteering Courses
|Date||Event name (select to view)||Near||Type||Level|
|Sat 9 Oct||Miles Hill Sprint (A fast and furious sprint on Miles Hill with the GB elite squad)||Leeds||Race||Local|
|Sat 23 Oct||Middleton Woods - Aire Adult Coaching (9.30 - 11.30)||Ilkley||Coaching Training||Activity|
|Wed 27 Oct||Horsforth Hall Park & Streets - Autumn Night Score League (1st event in a series of 8. )||Horsforth||Score Urban Night||Local|
|Wed 3 Nov||Otley Streets - Autumn Night Score League (2nd event in a series of 8. )||Otley||Score Urban Night||Local|
|Sun 14 Nov||Esholt Middle Distance||Guiseley||Race||Regional|
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How it works
How the calendar subscription works
Do you use a calendar on your computer, phone, or tablet?
Do you spend ages copying over all the events on to you calendar?
Well now you can subscribe to the our events calendar. This will automatically write and update all the existing AIRE events onto your own calendar. You may need to repeat this to get new events added, it depends on your particular calendar setup.
This will either automatically take you to the subscription details on your calendar.
If clicking on the link takes you to another webpage. Then copy the link and paste it into the subscription window in your calendar.
Or it may download a file called calendar.ics, once downloaded click on it to start the process, or use it to import the dates into other calendar applications like Gmail etc.
Examples of computer calendars are: iCal on iphones and ipads and Macs; Outlook Calendar on Windows machines; or Google calendar.
You can also create your own personalized selection of clubs, regions or level of event that you want to get notifications about by visiting Oevents.info.
You can create RSS feeds, emails and iCal feeds.
Further details of these calendars and others can be found here:
or do a Google search for "ics calendar subscription".
Explanation of Event levels
Major events are Major Events such as a British Championships, National events are high quality competitions that will attract people from far away, Regional events attract participants from around the local Region and Local are usually low key events in a 'localised' area. Local events are ideal for newcomers to try the sport.