Have you ever solved a Rubik's cube? Here's a cube that doubles as a map legend of most symbols, divided into five broad areas: Field, Forest, Housing / Settlement, Water, and Rock. And it 's a challenge: not only do you have to have all the sides matching, but the symbols have to point in the right direction. Can you do it?
We found the Silvandersson Tick Lasso, and tried it out when a tick (in)conveniently embedded itself in my thigh. It was simple, painless, worked first try, no ouchy pinching or nipping of the skin by mistake, no bits of the tick left behind. Best results for removing a tick that we have ever had. So here it is, available for everyone to try.
Every orienteer needs an I Love Orienteering bumper sticker on their car! Choose from 2 different designs, 2 different colours. The bumper sticker is 37.5 x 7 cm. Designed just for you by Laura T.! ; If you are interested in larger quantities for awards, draw prizes, free handouts or some other occasion, bulk rates are available.
Instructions in English, French, Finnish, German, Swedish and Russian. A great game to play with youth learning to orienteer. A fun family game when there's no orienteering event to attend! The Teutsch family and some of our Orienteering friends have enjoyed playing it.
Try an O-Store Gift Certificate for the Orienteer on your gift list. You choose the dollar value. If you want to give this as a gift, you can enter your own email address in the recipient email line so that you can print it or forward to the recipient at a later date.
The Silva Map Measurer Path is a traditional analog tool to measure distance on a map. It shows 8 different scales (4 on each side) for maps of 1:15,000, up to 1:750,000. For orienteers, it is easy to adapt the 1:100,000 or the 1:50,000 scale for a 1:10,000 or 1:5,000 map. Or use the 1:100,000 scale to measure cm directly on the map (eg. 30 on the map measurer = 30 cm on the map).
Along with Orienteering Canada's new team clothing design comes a special cap for Team Canada's biggest fans. Great for cross country skiing, winter running, and of course cold weather orienteering. Proceeds go to Team Canada - Canada's current and future Junior and Senior team members.