DIY Map Library for Self Training

All organised orienteering events have been suspended from March 23 until further notice. However, outdoor exercise and activity is still allowed, as long as individuals manage hygiene and social distancing.

Orienteering Victoria has set up a library of hundreds of previous event maps to download, print, and self train with.

Exercise Safely, Stay Local and Keep Your Distance

Follow a few simple rules to keep yourself and others safe and healthy:

  • If you’re feeling unwell, stay home
  • Wash your hands thoroughly before leaving home and as soon as you return
  • Drive straight to the start; no stopping to fill the tank or visit the supermarket
  • Exercise by yourself or with your partner or family member who lives with you
  • No carpooling or meetup arrangements
  • Avoid contact with others.  Stay at least 2 metres away
  • Avoid touching surfaces such as fences, gates etc. There is no need to touch the object where the control is
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

DIY MAP LIBRARY https://www.vicorienteering.asn.au/resources/diy-library/

We have hundreds of maps and courses ready for you to download, print, and use in your own time frame. You’ll find a great selection of park street, sprint, MTBO and bush maps – including Bayside Kangaroos and Eureka’s Maprun libraries; most Park Street maps from January-March 2020 (and some golden oldies going way back as far as 1995); a great selection of sprint training maps from Fredo and Mikkel (with more to be added soon), and some Sprint Into Spring, Vic Autumn Series and other bush maps.

We also have a special offer for club members.  You can request access to all of OV’s Permanent Course maps. These are set up in Maprun as well, for anyone who wants to record their time and route. This arrangement is temporary, and will remain in place until such time as “normal” orienteering resumes.

 

DIY Map Library

Over 100 maps to choose from for self training

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MapLink

New Map Links every week

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