Devon Orienteering


MapRun: Essential Information

All free to download and run!

MapRuns can be done in your own time. There are score courses and line courses to choose from. Simply download the MapRun app onto a smartphone, print a copy of the map and go and have a run!

Safety guidance for all individual Mapruns: See below

User Guide: MapRun User Guide V3  All Devon's MapRun courses can be found on the app by tapping 'Select Event > 'UK' > 'Devon'. You then have a range of folders to choose from. 

Maprun6: We now recommend all users download the latest app, which is Maprun6. It can be found here:

A list of available maps and further details can be found below. 

Permanent MapRun Courses: The Mapruns in the first section below are are available on a continuing basis and can be found in the "Permanent MapRun Courses" folder within the App. (Go to Events -UK- Devon- Permanent MapRun Courses). 

MapRun details for use at Haldon's Permanent Orienteering Course can be found in the Devon POCs folder. (Go to Events -UK- Devon- Devon POCs):

Maprun details for the following Dartmoor areas can be found in the Dartmoor Summer Series 21 folder: 

Ground Nesting Birds: In order to protect ground nesting birds some mapruns will be unavailable between 1st March and 31st July each year.

General safety guidance for individual Mapruns:  

  • Individual Mapruns are run at your own risk 
  • Each runner should make their own assessment of risks in the Maprun area, including terrain and weather, and how those risks are best managed 
  • Be aware of risks associated with traffic, cyclists and pedestrians, and act sensibly 
  • Under 16’s should be accompanied or appropriately supervised, particularly where there are risks associated with traffic. 
  • Current social distancing guidance and other measures to limit risks associated with coronavirus should be followed. 
  • In more remote areas, visit the venue with at least one other "buddy" who knows the area you are in, when you leave for your run and when you are expected back. Alternatively let someone know your plans and alert them when you are back. Carry a whistle in addition to your phone. 

  • On Dartmoor, if the weather is poor then think twice about going out. This applies, in particular, to the colder, darker times of the year. 


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