All About Rogaining
Teams of two to five members visit, on foot, as many checkpoints as possible
during a period that is usually 24 hours. Teams use a map and a compass
to navigate between checkponts.
See also about
Wikipedia Introduction to Rogaining
Article with information about the history of the sport,
a general description, how the game is played, and varients.
International Rogaining Federation
An organization founded in 1989 by a group
of Australian, Canadian, and United States rogainers
to develop and promote the sport/
A description and history of rogaining, rules and
regulations, how to organize a rogain event,
how to start a rogain club, and rogaining events
around the world.
What is Rogaining?
A definition of the navigational sport of rogaining,
by Rick Slater of Princeton University.
Gear Junkie “Rogain Racing” Article
Rogaining World Wide
Australian Rogaining Association
New South Wales Rogaining Association (Australia)
Queensland Rogaine Association (Australia)
Victorian Rogaining Association (Australia)
Western Australian Rogaining Association (Australia)
New Zealand Rogaining
Rogaining Association of New Zealand
Estonian Rogaining Web Site
Finnish Rogaining Web Site
German Rogaining Web Site
Setanta Orienteers: Rogaining
Latvian Rogaining Web Site
Polish Rogaining Web Site
Russian Rogaining Web Site
Swedish Rogaining Web Site
Swiss Rogaining Web Site
Setana Rogaine Ireland Competition
Annual rogaining competition organized by the
Setanta Orienteers, an orienteering and rogaining
club based in the Greater Dublin area of Ireland.
Eco Endurance Challenge
Annual rogaining event in Nova Scotia, Canada