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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, Jun 18, Harris Center, Hancock, NH
Available courses: White, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Green, Red, Blue. Starts from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Courses close at 3:00 pm. Free instruction offered to everyone.
Directions to the Harris Center from Concord, NH: Take Route 89 North to Route 9 West towards Hillsboro. In Hillsboro, take 202 South towards Peterborough. About 3 miles after Antrim, take a right onto Route 137 into Hancock. Bear right on Main Street (Route 123) in Hancock. Go past the church and post office on your right, following Route 123 for 2.1 miles from the flagpole in the center of town. Turn left onto Hunt’s Pond Road. Follow Hunt’s Pond Road for about 0.4 mile, then turn left onto King’s Highway (dirt). Follow King’s Highway for 0.6 mile. The Harris Center will be on your left. There are green and white signs for the Harris Center from the center of Hancock. There will also be red and white orienteering signs as you near the Harris Center.
Meet Director: Alar Ruutopold

Saturday, Jun 24, Ahern SP, Laconia, NH
Starts will be 10:00 – 12:00. White, yellow, orange, 2 advanced level forest sprint courses and a longer (Green) advanced course.
Directions: From I-93, take exit 20. Go north about 7 miles on Rt 3 to just past the Belknap Mall, then continue straight on Rt 11A to downtown Laconia. At the first light in Laconia, go left onto Main St/Rt 106 (Landmark Inn will be on your left). Follow Main St/Rt 106 north 2.4 miles, turn left onto Right Way Path. Take an immediate left onto the dirt road at the Ahern State Park sign.
From the seacoast area, take Rt 11 north past the Laconia Airport, then Business Rt 3 towards downtown Laconia. At the light at Lakeport Square (Fratello's Restaurant on your left) take a right onto Elm St. Go 1.7 miles to the light, turn left onto Parade Road/Rt 106 south. Take the first right (0.5 miles) onto Right Way Path. Take an immediate left onto the dirt road at the Ahern State Park sign.

Saturday - Sunday, Sep 9 - 10, UNO Camping Weekend, Pawtuckway SP, Nottingham, NH

Sunday, Oct 1, Fort Rock, Exeter, NH

Sunday, Oct 29, Urban Forestry Center, Portsmouth, NH

Sunday, Dec 3, Beaver Brook, 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)