Inverness Orienteering Club, or INVOC as we are better known, is the local orienteering club for the Inverness area and much of the rest of highland Scotland. If you are new to orienteering, our New to orienteering? page offers a starting point  to find out a bit more about the sport, and our About INVOC page tells you a little bit about the club.

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Welcome to the INVOC website.


Recent website updates:

27 Mar: Home page updates

19 Mar: Littlemill results

18 Mar: Doubledukes event

Our next events:  

Weds May 3rd, 17th & 31st.  Evening events at Craigmonie, Craig Phadrig & Ord Hill also incorporating schools league.  Has your school registered?  Find out how here.

May 3rd: Craigmonie event details.  Pre-entries on Fabian4


The next few 'local' events 





Sat Apr 22nd MOR Local event Millbuies, Elgin
Weds 3 May INVOC Local event including schools league Craigmonie, Drumnadrochit
Weds 17 May INVOC Local event including schools league Craig Phadrig, Inverness
Weds 31 May INVOC Local event including schools league Ord Hill, North Kessock

See the Events page for all forthcoming INVOC fixtures and links to other clubs' and national fixture lists.

Littlemill & AGM - Sunday19th March 2017

Our classic area eskers, marsh and a bit of heather all in the local vicinity. Thanks to the event team: Jim Finlayson (organiser), Colin Sailisbury (planner) and Ian Shread (SI).  

Results, Winsplits & Routegadget

The event was followed by our AGM.  Thanks to outgoing committee members Iain Hope and Iain Shepherd, and to James Laird stepping down from president.  The new committee elected is:

  • President: Jim Finlayson
  • Secretary: Veronica Vargas
  • Treasurer: Alec Keith
  • Vice President: Dave Summers
  • Committee: Tara Black, Laurence Cload, Jenny Hall, Kevin Holliday, Alastair Kinghorn & James Laird.

Trophies awarded were:

  • Audun Fristad: Freya Shepherd (most improved junior)
  • Dick Amour Memorial Trophy: Alasdair and Finlay Raynor 
  • Ann Walder Ladies Championship: Jenny Blackwood
  • President's Quaich: Iain Shepherd