Orienteering is a sport where the competitors use a very detailed map and a compass to find their way through pre-specified control points in the landscape. Orienteering is special because it can be enjoyed by everyone, from a highly competitive endurance sport where the runners are among the strongest endurance athletes of any sport in the world, to a slow walk in the woods at your own pace. Needless to say, it is a sport where brainwork is essential, it is therefore said that orienteering is like "playing chess while running." This category emphasizes the sport of orienteering, not the act of navigating in the woods, so you will find related sites in the Recreation : Outdoors hierarchy.
Includes general facts about Hungary, council members of the Hungarian Orienteering Federation, list of local Federations and clubs, links to Hungarian orienteers, results, profiles of the Hungarian National Team, 2000 and 2001 Hungarian Cup results, clickable local maps, Hall of Fame, and related links.