Mapped Areas

All the areas we have mapped for orienteering. Select a flag to show its details.

This page is a record of the maps that have been professionally printed & either produced by T.O'Brien, Stirling Surveys, Peel Land Services & Deeside Orienteering & Leisure Maps.

All maps listed below are Copyright STAG & it is illegal to photocopy for use. Maps, with or without a permanent course can be purchased from the Club for a fee that includes a royalty charge & printing costs. Discount rates are available for large quantities, to affiliated Groups & STAG Members - price on application to

Map name Near Info Map
City of Glasgow Area
Alexandra Park Glasgow G31

Permanent course relaunched in 2017. The park was used for training in the formative years of STAG. Although small by day, by including the golf course it becomes a fine venue for night events. Maps available via British Orienteering Permanent Course Portal.

Alexandra Park
Bellahouston Park Glasgow G41

Permanent course & map updated re-launched in 2017.

Bellahouston Park
Carntyne & Greenfield Glasgow G32

Urban map. Surveyed & drawn by Terry, June 2018

Carntyne Abd Greenfield
Castlemilk Park Glasgow G32

STAG advised on this map production but its use appears to have stalled due to a cut in Community funding.

Castlemilk Park
Cathkin Braes C P Glasgow G76

When combined with the adjacent “Big Wood”, this area provides the most challenging orienteering available within the City.
New permanent course relaunched in 2017.

Cathkin Braes
City Centre Glasgow G1

Urban map. Surveyed & drawn by Terry . First used in May 2014.

Glasgow City
Cuningar Woodland Park Rutherglen G40

Created with support from Clyde Gateway Project.

Cuningar Loop
Dawsholm Park Glasgow G20

Dawsholm Park could well be described as ‘the nature lover’s park’ as there is much of interest to the nature enthusiast here. Large areas of the park have been left in a natural state. New permanent course launched 2017.

Dawsholm Park Garscube
Dawsholm Park & Garscube Estate Glasgow G20

The 2 adjacent areas combined but limited use.

Dawsholm Garscube
Dechmont Ranges Cambuslang

Plans to remap have only recently been reignited with the British Army showing a real interest in a joint venture in 2019.

Dechmont Ranges
Elder Park Elder Park G51

First used in May/June 2018 for an introductory orienteering activity for Pirie Park & St.Constantine’s Primaries respectively.

Govan Project With Dream Team June 2018
Garscube Estate Glasgow G20

Joint copyright with Glasgow University. Limited use due to access issues.

Glasgow Green Glasgow G40

STAG’s use of this park has been limited to summer evening events.
The flat nature of the Park provides an ideal venue for novices with a limited physical challenge.

The permanent orienteering course here utilises the historic nature of the area with no additional markers being installed.

Glasgow Green
Hogganfield Loch Glasgow G33

STAG’s only use of this area has been for Night Events but as the area has a magnetic appeal to Glaswegians.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Hogganfield And Lethamhill
Kelvingrove Park Glasgow G3

First used by STAG in 1989, the area is a regular on the “Come & Try” circuit.

In 1999, the Park World Tour held an event in Kelvingrove which attracted the World’s Elite orienteers to Glasgow.

The permanent course utilises the history of the park as there are no additional markers, only the permanent features to navigate to !

Kelvingrove Park
King's Park Glasgow G44

King’s Park was first used once by STAG back in 1985, when an event for primary schoolchildren was held as part of The International Youth Year. A small but interesting area which can provide a challenge for everyone. Withdrawn from BOF Website until issues regarding missing posts etc are resolved - December 2018.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Kings Park
Linn Park Glasgow, G44

Parkland split by the White Cart Water adjacent to Linn Park Golf Course. Glasgow’s 2nd largest park was mapped in the mid 1980s and features regularly in STAG’s programme of events.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Linn Park
Pollok CP Glasgow G43

Glasgow’s largest park & the Orienteering Permanent Course is a welcome addition to the facilities available to the public.

Pollok Cp
Queen's Park Glasgow G41

First used in 1989, this park may be small in size but it provides a variety of orienteering challenges due to shape and mixed terrain.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Queens Park
Ruchill Park Glasgow G21

Due to the building of Ben View School Campus the reduced park size has meant that a permanent course is no longer viable.

Springburn Park Glasgow G22

The area was mapped in the mid 1980s as a STAG Junior Project and was included in the first Glasgow Parks Summer Series in 1989. Another small park but with a variety of terrain it offers a good challenge.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Summerston Glasgow G23

Urban map surveyed & drawn by Terry in 2016.

Summerston Gilshochill
Tollcross Park Glasgow G32

Tollcross Park was the first Glasgow Park mapped by STAG back in 1982 and played a vital part in the early development of the Club.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Tollcross Park
Victoria Park Glasgow G14

As part of The International Youth Year of 1985, STAG extended the Glasgow Primary Schools Festival to 4 venues, one of which was Victoria Park.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Victoria Park
Whitecrook Clydebank
Motherwell Area
Allanton - Kingshill Bonkle

New Area - now known as Redmire Loch and currently new paths are being installed.
Once complete NLC are keen for STAG to use this area for Orienteering. Now likely to go ahead in late 2019.

Cambusnethan and Carbarns Gowthraple

First used Spring 2018 & it was a very wet evening.

Cambusnethan Carbarns
Chatelherault Hamilton

Avon Gorge & Deer Park was originally mapped in 1990. Limited use due to clear felling on west side & landslip near “The White Bridge” which was due for repair in 2017 but still incomplete.

Dalzell Estate and Baron's Haugh Motherwell

Just along the River Clyde from Strathclyde Country Park. First use of new map January 2014.

Dalzell Cp
Greenhead Moss Wishaw

Situated to the south-west of Newmains & north-west of the village of Waterloo, Greenhead Moss is a cracking wee area with a terrific mix of terrain & old mineworkings.

Greenhead Moss
Strathclyde Country Park Motherwell

New map jointly funded by STAG & North Lanarkshire Council.

Strathclyde Park
Highland Perthshire Area
Allean Forest Pitlochry

Area being revisited early 2019 to decide whether to remap or not.
There is a permanent course but repairs are still outstanding & maps not available.

Bonskeid Estate Pitlochry

Joint copyright with ESOC.

Dalnamein Blair Atholl

First mapped in 2002 the area provides a terrific mix of terrain.

Errochty Blair Arholl

Errochty has just had a vegetation check by Stirling Surveys for Junior Home Internationals & SOL 4 in October 2018.

Faskally Woods Pitlochry

Must still be one of STAG’s best investments & a favourite for most orienteers.

Grandtully Grandtully

Map produced for STAG’s 35th Anniversary Event in 2017 & being used for 6th Day of Strathearn 2019.

Leachdann Tom na Croich Pitlochry

Extension of Allean map to the west. Recce being carried out during 2018.

Linn of Tummel Pitlochry

Joint copyright with ESOC.

Monklands Area
Caldercruix /Plains - Moffat Hills Airdrie

Airdrie. Managed by Aspen Forestry.
Permission awaited for use.
SoSoL / Winter Score venue

Drumpellier Country Park Coatbridge

Located to the North West of Coatbridge and to the east of the M73, this wee gem of an area has only improved over the years.

There is a permanent orienteering course here.

Drumpellier Cp
East Kilbride Area
Calderglen Country Park East Kilbride

Located to the south of East Kilbride, Calderglen incorporates a SSSI site of geological interest but also New Football Facility on site.
Part of a long term East Kilbride Project.

Calderglen Cp
Strathaven Market Town Strathaven

STAG’s 1st Urban Map last used in August 2012.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth Area
Cumbernauld Community Park Cumbernauld

Mapped in Spring 2017 & a welcome addition to local areas.

Cumbernauld Community Woodland
Cumbernauld Park, Crow & Dunns Woods Cumbernauld

This area is managed by NLC & SWT and has increased in popularity since it was first mapped back in early 2000s.

Cumbernauld House
Kildrum Estate Cumbernauld

STAG’s second venture into Urban Orienteering.

Northside Woods Cumbernauld

Northern section of our enormous Cumbernauld Town Urban Map adjacent to M80.

Northside Woods
Palacerigg Country Park Cumbernauld

STAG’s 1st ever formal competition was held in February 1984 at Glencryan which forms the NW corner of the map.

The existence of Palacerigg CP was a well guarded secret 35 years ago!

Palacerigg Cp
Ravenswood Cumbernauld

The NW corner of the Cumbernauld Town Urban Map adjoining to Northside Woods.

Ravenswood Lnr