Read and map and choose your own adventure on the woods at Woodridge Park! We provide a pre-marked map with marker locations, you chose the route to find them. Prefect for kids of all ages. Beginners welcome, instructions offered. Masks are required at registration and finish but not while orienteering.
Orienteering is fun in the outdoors with a map! This is not a compass and pace exercise. Instead, you use your brain to read the map and choose your own route between checkpoints. Stay on the trail? Or cut through the woods? You decide. Beginners welcome, instructions offered. Suitable for all ages. Can walk or hike or run, solo or with team mates. Pre-registration is required.
As Covid-19 continues to spread across the country and Kansas, most organized outdoor events have been cancelled or rescheduled. We hope that everyone stays safe when using trails across the state.
Navigation adventure for kids, families, hikers and athletes. We give you a pre-marked detail topographic map, you find the checkpoint as quickly as you can (or as you want). You chose the route between checkpoints. Pre-registration required due to COVID restrictions
Due to Covid-19, most organized outdoor activities have either been canceled or postponed to a later date. The GetOutdoorsKansas team encourages everyone to get outdoors when possible but to do so in a safe and responsible way by following the current guidelines by the State of Kansas, the various counties and the CDC.
Orienteering around Lexington Lake Park in DeSoto
Intro - (2k) You will march through grassland and follow trails. There are also two wooded off-trail segments that have colored tape to help guide your way.
Intermediate - (3.5k) Trails will get you within eyesight of six of the controls. However, overlanding some legs will cut your distance considerably. Look for other handrails, too.
Get the new year started off right and join us on New Year's Day for the Hangover Half Marathon and 5K at the Villages of Seville at 133rd and State Line Road in Leawood, Kansas! This casual, fun event features a well marked, scenic course along area streets and the Indian Creek Parkway Trail and plenty of post race food and beverages. Who knows, there might even be a little "hair of the dog that bit you" waiting for you at the finish line.
Rain, snow, cold — it doesn’t matter, we always start the year off by going for a ride at the River Trail then having refreshments at Johnny’s Tavern. The New Year’s Day Ride is appropriate for riders of all abilities. We begin the ride on the levee and ride to the River Trail where you may opt to ride as much or little of the 11-mile trail as you like before heading back to Johnny’s!