The New England Orienteering ClubSince 1972
Information for first-timers, from the national orienteering organization, OUSA.
A comprehensive introduction to the sport
A thorough summary of the sport—its history, organizations (national and international), equipment, and variations.
An audio introduction to Orienteering, by Steve Sergeant of Wildebeat.net
An introduction to Orienteering, with dozens of useful links. (Hosted by a sign-fabrication company!)
An introduction to Orienteering, with links to content around the Web. (Hosted by a kickboxing company!)
Video by the Juniors of Orienteering USA
General information from Orienteering USA.
How well do you know your control description symbols?
Simulate a meet (demo-ware), or test your mastery of map symbols (free).
Catching Features is an orienteering game you can play at home. Use it for rainy-day training or rest-day enjoyment. Several different modes of play are available, including live multi-player. Windows only. Demo available.
Video introduction to ARDF—Amateur Radio Direction Finding, a.k.a. "Radio Orienteering."
Every volunteer-hour helps make orienteering a reality.Contact a Meet Director or Board member for opportunities near you.NEOC is an all-volunteer organization.