British Orienteering has partnered with Transport for London (TfL) to create a season of active travel-inspired urban orienteering challenges, giving Londoners the chance to explore the city in a whole new way throughout September and October. Five walking challenges are available across London, including Camden, Battersea and Dalston.
TfL’s world-leading Streetspace for London plan is delivering widened pavements and new temporary cycle lanes across the capital - making it easier to walk and social distance.
Simply download the challenge sheets and use the results link to submit your challenge answers. Each submission is in with a chance of winning limited-edition moquette picnic sets from London Transport Museum. Entries close 31 October 2020, terms & conditions can be found below.
Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.
Safety and Risk
Please note that the below challenges have been designed in accordance with the risk assessment procedures of British Orienteering. However, individuals or groups are responsible for making their own assessments and by downloading the below, participants agree to take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.
Map & Challenge Sheet
From Dalston to Clapham and Camden, the orienteering challenges will take people on a journey of discovery across the city utilising recently widened pathways and newly completed Streetspace schemes.
The course and activity are specially designed with the support of London clubs, South London Orienteers (SLOW) and London Orienteering Klubb (LOK) so if you have enjoyed these challenges do check them out!