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RAMBLERS ORIENTEERING CLUB

In the Montreal Region, the Ramblers Orienteering Club has been organizing events since the late 1960’s. It is a registered non-profit organization run by volunteers. The events are open to everyone, but you can also become a member. Beginners or families are always welcome at any of our events, and there are always volunteers on-site, who are willing to give you a quick introduction. Orienteering is a sport that combines running and navigation – a cross-country race where everyone picks their own route. Using a detailed map and a compass, participants try to find the fastest route from on checkpoint to another. Orienteering is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. It can be a competitive race combining strategic thinking, navigation, and cross-country running. But it can also be enjoyed as a recreational activity, as a unique way to experience the parks.

Parks we work in:

  • Mount Royal Park
  • Maisonneuve Park Montreal
  • Bois de Liesse Nature Park
  • Bois de Liesse Nature Park

Things we do:

  • adventure/nature playground
  • running
  • walking

We're looking for volunteers in these areas:

  • Regular volunteers

Where you can find us

  • 18667 Rue Poitiers, Pierrefonds, QC, Canada

Get in touch!

http://www.ramblersoc.ca