Hungary – The Arrival

Different, is the word that I would use to describe the terrain here in Hungary, in the area where JWOC will be taking place. There are a number of aspects that create a relatively difficult environment for me to orienteer in, which I have never had to deal with in such a combination. These critical … Continue reading Hungary – The Arrival


Ottawa Training Camp (Part 2)

As the week continued on, then number or really good maps increased accordingly. On top of some local weekly trainings the notable areas I went to were: Meech Valley, The Barrens, and March Highlands, each with completely different terrains and styles of orienteering. In this post I'll simply analyze / describe the terrains and strategies … Continue reading Ottawa Training Camp (Part 2)