7 humans, 6 dogs. Welcome Ivy, you’re pretty dang cute! P and I will be away next week. For next week (March 25th) plan to meet at the skate park on Marsden St at 6:30 pm. It’s getting soft quickly. Come on spring!
Come on out Monday night 6:30 pm and run with us! Meeting at Higgins St Nature Park entrance.
7 humans and 7 dogs enjoyed what are still hard-packed trails. They won’t be for long! Thanks friends! See you next week.
Monday run! We won’t need headlamps this week. See you at 630pm at Higgins St Nature Park entrance.
Half empty or half full. Regardless of how you look at it, 50% of the Round the Mountain 2019 spots have been taken and 50% are still available. Get yourself registered before prices increase on April 15th.


Who are we? The Kootenay Orienteering Club hosts orienteering and trail running events in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, in particular, in the Rossland, Cranbrook and Kimberley areas.


More than just a run, orienteering combines fitness, strategy, map reading, and navigation skills to find a series of pre-set check -points.

Trail Running

Trail running get's you off the roads and onto softer ground. Whether running along a forest trail, over a hill or through an open field, training running can be both invigorating and great for your health.

Kimberley Nordic Club Trails

Attached is the latest version of the Kimberley Nordic Centre Trail map as of Jan. 21, 2019. Kimberley Nordic Club

Pursuit of Excellence

A fund to promote and support athlete, coaching and officials development. This fund is available to club members on an annual basis. Annual submissions must be made by September 30th.

Pursuit of Excellence Application Form


Club membership is only $5.00 per year.

(2019 KOC Membership Forms).