Permanent courses use control markers that remain in place permanently (e.g. wooden posts), rather than the temporary controls used in events which are only in place while the event is taking place. This means you can use the courses even if there is no organised event on at the time. The normal public opening hours and parking charges still apply for the parks.
The video below explains more about permanent courses and the map shows the location of courses in our area.
The following parks have permanent O courses, with maps available to download from the British Orienteering website:
These links take you to the British Orienteering website page for each park where you can download the maps to print at home
The following parks have permanent O courses, with maps available from the visitor centres:
These links take you to the general information websites for each park
The British Orienteering website has a page where you can search for courses in other areas of the country, filter based on your preferences and download maps
(Note these are EXTERNAL websites not controlled by OD)