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UNO - Up North Orienteers

We are a dynamic and friendly orienteering club, noted for welcoming newcomers, for our families with children of various ages, and for our top-level national competitors. Our objective is to foster and promote orienteering as a recreational and competitive sport.

We offer a full schedule of orienteering in New Hampshire. Our event schedule is dominated by local meets (designed for beginners, casual orienteers, and competitive types). Please check for additional events in the orienteering web sites from our neighboring states:

MA,RI,CT: NEOC New England Orienteering Club
West CT WCOC Western Connecticut Orienteering Club
Boston: CSU Cambridge Sports Union
Vermont: GMOC Green Mountain Orienteering Club
USA: USOF Orienteering USA Offical Calendar

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Up North Orienteers
50 Epping Road
Exeter, NH 03833

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The Next Events:

Sunday, June 21, Orienteering with Olympic Athletes on Father's Day, Fort Rock, Exeter, NH
Starts 10am-1pm. Be out of the forest by 3pm. Full compliment of courses plus instruction and Olympic athletes. Meet: Caroline Hallisey-Kepka, speed skater Nagano 1998, Turino Games 2006; and Chanda Gunn, Ice Hockey player 2006 Turino Games. Location: Commerce Way, Exeter, NH 03833.

Sunday, June 21, 31st Annual New England Canoe-O Championships, Holderness, NH
Rockywold Deephaven Camps, Squam Lake, Holderness, NH. Open to canoes, kayaks and rowing boats. Short, Medium, and Long courses. Starts: 10-12:30
Directions: Take I-93 to Exit 24 to Ashland, NH. Follow US Route 3 and 25 east (approx. 4.2 miles) to Holderness. Turn Left on NH Route 113 just before the Holderness Bridge (Walter´s Basin Restaurant). Travel northeast on Route 113 for 5.0 miles to Pinehurst Road. Turn Right on Pinehurst Road and continue for 0.7 mile to the service entrance (Bacon Road). Follow orienteering signs from there.
Event Director: Aims Coney 978-562-2805

Sunday, June 28, Ahern State Park, Laconia, NH
Cancelled due to excessive fees for park use. Informal training opportunity will be available in the Laconia area – contact Jim Arsenault ( 603-520-1873 ) for details.

Sept. 12-13, UNO's ANNUAL CAMPING WEEKEND, Pawtuckaway State Park, Nottingham, NH

Saturday - Sunday, Oct 10 - 11, UNO Boulder Dash 'A' Meet, Harris Center, Hancock, NH

Sunday, Dec 6, Beaver Brook Association (Maple Hill Barn), Hollis, NH

Any Time, Sewall Woods Permanent Course, Wolfeboro, NH
Get the Instructions (.pdf) and the Map (.pdf)

Any Time, Tucker Brook Permanent Course, Milford, NH
See Tucker Brook, Milford, NH O-Course (.pdf)

Any Time, Beaver Brook Permanent Course, Hollis, NH
See Beaver Brook, Hollis, NH (.pdf)