|Date||Event location (select to view)||Near||Type|
|Sun Apr 29th||Crathie “Come and Try It”||Crathie||Local Race|
|Wed May 02nd||Forest sprint 4 of 6||Banchory||Sprint|
|Sat May 12th||Linn of Dee Nature Orienteering||Braemar, Scotland||Training|
|Wed May 16th||Forest sprint 6th of 6||Aboyne||Sprint|
|Sun Jun 17th||Jamie Stevenson Trophy||Braemar||Regional Race|
|Sat Feb 23rd||British Night Championships 2019||Dinnet||Major Race, Night|
An explanation of how events are graded:
- Major - Major national championships eg Scottish Champs, British Champs etc. (attendances often 1,000+)
- National - Large high quality competitions such as the Scottish O League (attendances often 300/400+)
- Regional - Medium sized events with a wide selection of courses - tend to attract reasonable numbers of people from other clubs (attendances 100-250)
- Local - Local events with fewer courses and more informal organisation. Usually aimed at members of the host club, but they can attract people from neighbouring clubs. Usually ideal for newcomers to try the sport.
Neighbouring clubs events
Forthcoming fixtures can also be viewed via Ollie O'Brien's UK Orienteering Fixtures Map (here centred on AB34, Aboyne).
Links below will open the event details on the British Orienteering website in a new tab or window.