Showing 51 to 60 of 63 posts.

  • Thumb image
    It's time to TROT!

    posted on Aug 25th, 2016 by Oliver

    Join TOC and UKR as we kick off your fall with a weekend of good, classic Orienteering fun! We’ll be in York Region Forests both Saturday and Sunday Sept. 10 & 11th. We promise fun courses with lots of route choice and a beginner course on Saturday morning.

  • Wednesdays orienteering

    posted on Aug 17th, 2016 by Oliver

    The penultimate wed night orienteering for 2016 is Aug 24 at Earl Bales park.

  • Thumb image
    Summer Nights

    posted on Jul 18th, 2016 by Oliver

    Summer Nights are better in parks! Toronto is really a city within a park!

  • Thumb image
    Bring your bike!

    posted on Jul 3rd, 2016 by Oliver

    Wednesday July 6 we’re in the Sunnybrook Park network and we’ve got a new twist for you. We’ll have a long and short course for you to do on foot AND we’re also going to give some MTB-O a try!

  • Recreational Orienteering

    posted on Jun 13th, 2016 by Oliver

    Every Wednesday evening throughout the summer.

  • Glendon Coll this Wednesday

    posted on Jun 5th, 2016 by Oliver

    This coming Wednesday eve orienteering is at Glendon College – using a new map.

  • School Meet Results

    posted on May 19th, 2016 by Oliver

    With fantastic weather, 330 kids participated in TOC’s 35th annual Schools Meet at Albion Hills. Check the results.

  • Orienteering Schools Meet

    posted on Apr 24th, 2016 by Oliver

    Enter your school in TOC’s Orienteering SCHOOL MEET!  Last year we had more than 300 students.

  • Wednesdays nights orienteering

    posted on Apr 19th, 2016 by Oliver

    Wed Night Orienteering starts this Wednesday (Apr 20) with a FREE event in High Park! Beginner and Advanced Courses. Join us after 6:15.

  • Thumb image
    My Frozen Valentine

    posted on Feb 10th, 2016 by Oliver

    The winter gods smiled just in time at the first “true” O Cup of the season, held at Scanlon Creek Conservation Area near Bradford, Ontario. What I mean is that this awesome, frosty race was the first O Cup with a real dollop of snow and some serious sub-zero temperatures.