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:
||New England Orienteering Club
||Western Connecticut Orienteering Club
||Cambridge Sports Union
||Green Mountain Orienteering Club
||Orienteering USA Offical Calendar
Join UNO (.pdf)
What is Orienteering
Try Virtual Orienteering
How to use a compass
Read Clue Symbols
Results (past and present)
Map list and directions
2015 Camping Weekend Flyer (.pdf)
UNO Waiver Form (.pdf)
Tucker Brook, Milford, NH O-Course (.pdf)
Mr Thomas's School-O Page
Resources for Teaching Orienteering
2008-9 Catamount Pond "Permanent" O-Course
2004-2005 Windblown Trim-O Ski-O Series
Download UNO Meet Director Packet
What is a "Quick-O"?
For UNO information:
Up North Orienteers
or write to:
Up North Orienteers
50 Epping Road
Exeter, NH 03833
Web site feedback:
2015 Boulder Dash at the Harris Center
Saturday - Sunday, Oct 10 - 11, UNO Boulder Dash 'A' Meet
Harris Center, Hancock, NH
2015 Boulder Dash Flyer (.pdf)
Maps and Terrain: 1:10,000 for Green, Red, Blue courses (+F18A Brown), 1:7500
for White, Yellow, Orange and Brown courses, 5 meter contours. IOF standard.
LIDAR flown Fall 2013. Field Check and Drafting: Marcello Pradel 2014.
Vegetation varying from mixed open woods to thicker undergrowth.
Harris Center offers plentiful boulders, many over 4 meters high! If you enjoy
Pawtuckaway, you may be delighted to know that Harris Center has even more
intricate rock detail!
Registration: Please use the online registration system at
Orienteering USA Event Registration Site
2015 UNO Boulder Dash Results
The Next Events:
Sunday, Nov 1, Sewall Woods, Wolfeboro, NH
Enjoy Sewall Woods with a Map and Maybe Some Tricks or Treats with a Special
“Runners” Course At 10:00 on Nov. 1st, there will be a mass start on a variety
of courses. (You can also start any time before 1:00 if you can’t get there by
10:00). There will be a score-O format, a “long” score-O format, a “runners”
long course and a white course. The score-O will have an hour and a quarter
time limit. The runner’s course will be approximately 6 km but it may be
shorter or long depending on whether you cut corners or take longer route
Directions to Sewall Woods. Get to Wolfeboro from the south and go straight
into town on Rt. 109 (don’t turn right on Rt. 28. Go through town and pass the
Wolfeboro Inn. Turn left on Sewall Rd. Turn Right on Pleasant St and go 200 m
then turn left on Clow Rd. Go 200 m to the XC ski center.
For more information, contact Meet Director: Peter Goodwin
Sunday, Dec 6, Beaver Brook Association (Brown Lane Barn), Hollis, NH
Registration and Starts 10:00-12:00; must finish by 2:00.
Courses: W,Y,O, Tan, Br, G, R.
Directions: From Route 3 exit 6 take Route 130 West to Route 122 in Hollis. Turn Left
(South) on Route 122. In one mile turn Right on Ridge Road. Watch for O signs.
Electronic punching will be used for all courses. The club has equipment to loan for this.
Meet Director: Pete Bundschuh 603-321-7163
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)