Esk Valley Orienteering Club weekly series begins

On your marks: All levels of orienteer are catered for.

On your marks: All levels of orienteer are catered for.

Youngtown Reserve will be the first venue of the weekly spring twilight season run by Esk Valley Orienteering Club on Wednesday night.

Events will continue at Kate Reserve (October 26), University of Tasmania Newnham campus (November 2), Cataract Gorge (November 9), Heritage Forest (November 16) and Windsor Community Precinct at Riverside (November 26).

The twilight series is an introductory session attracting newcomers, families and students.

Courses from 1.5 to 5 kilometres are available with starts from 4-7pm.

No prior experience or equipment is required and assistance for newcomers is available at all events.

Maps are provided in the entry fee and can be used to explore the public reserves at a later date.

Wednesday’s event will start at Alma St off Hobart Rd and the Kate Reed event will be signed from the Silverdome. More details are on the Orienteering Tasmania website.

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