Translation of orienteering in Spanish:

orienteering

orientación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɒrɪɛnˈtɪərɪŋ//ˌɔriənˈtɪrɪŋ//ˌɔːrɪɛnˈtɪərɪŋ/

noun

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    orientación feminine
    • But the image of a soggy day out walking with teachers as they struggle to decipher an upside-down ordnance survey guide is miles from the reality of orienteering as a serious sport.
    • The outdoor experts offer to take them off your hands and either into the water or the woods to try out kayaking, canoeing, archery and orienteering.
    • Rambling, hill walking and orienteering can allow you to enjoy healthy, effective exercise and Scotland's unique countryside simultaneously.
    • The many activities on offer will include arts and crafts, basketball, boating, bowling, swimming, orienteering and soccer in addition to French language courses and computer courses.
    • He is hoping to get young people involved in both the new sport and traditional orienteering, which is very much a minority sport itself with about 1000 members nationally.
    • Take geocaching, a small but growing nerd sport that combines the childhood thrill of the scavenger hunt with the bushwhacking joys of orienteering.
    • ‘Ski orienteering is probably one of the toughest cross-country disciplines,’ he said.
    • Activities will include canoeing, indoor rock-climbing, abseiling, archery and orienteering.
    • However, inspectors said schools were working hard to give children the chance to take part in a wider range of activities, such as street hockey and orienteering.
    • Anyone wishing to try the exacting yet exciting sport of orienteering is invited to attend Ebor's event at the White Horse, Kilburn on Sunday, January 19.
    • Scandinavia is the home of orienteering, and the British Federation knows that potential international runners must gain experience in the toughest and most technical terrain.
    • They won by the considerable margin of 100 points over their nearest rival, South Yorkshire Orienteers, who for so long were the dominant force in English orienteering.
    • Brgs has a long history of achievement in sport and has enjoyed recent success at national and county championship level in netball, basketball and orienteering.
    • If you enjoy running or walking, if you are interested in maps and navigation, or if you like outdoor sport, then orienteering is for you.
    • Queensland Orienteering Association development officer Liz Bourne says that probably more than any other sport orienteering has suffered from the loss of bushland, particularly around Brisbane.
    • They both represented Ireland on the same weekend in separate orienteering competitions.
    • Anyone new to orienteering can try the beginners' event at Rawcliffe Bar Country Park on Sunday between 10 am and 12.30 pm, where help and instruction will be available.
    • Scandinavia remains the spiritual home of orienteering, and most of the world's best competitors still come from Sweden, Norway and Finland.
    • Teams have joked that winter orienteering is a non-issue because all you need to do is follow the course-setter or leader's tracks.
    • In the sport of orienteering, a competitor uses a detailed map to navigate his or her way across varied terrain following a course drawn on the map.