Explore London on foot with TfL’s Streetspace-inspired orienteering challenges
Transport for London (TfL) has partnered with British Orienteering to create a some active travel-inspired urban orienteering challenges. LOK has planned three walking challenges across London, giving Londoners the chance to explore the city in a whole new way. Further information can be found here and five of the six challenges are on British Orienteering’s Streetspace Challenges web page.
The challenges complement TfL’s Streetspace for London plan, which is part of the Mayor’s strategy to encourage people to walk and take advantage of the additional space that has been created and which is transforming urban centres and reducing traffic on residential streets.
Visit the 12 control points on the on open orienteering streetmap and match them to their corresponding photo.
The sixth challenge has been planned by Jon Chandler and incorporates the City of London.
Map and photos: Bishopsgate & Borough High Street
Submit Bishopsgate & Borough High Street Answers
Congratulations to David Float (HAVOC) who was the lucky winner of the draw for those with correct solutions by 31st October 2020.
The challenges remains open as an “anytime” opportunity to explore London.