In English

Welcome to Espoon Suunta’s website!

Espoon Suunta (EsSu) is an orienteering club from Espoo, Finland with a strong interest in advancing the elite orienteering as well as youth orienteering and adult fitness orienteering in the western Capital area.


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Best way to get in touch with the club is to contact club director through email

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Orienteering courses in English

In Spring 2021 we will introduced a new orienteering course that is taught English. This cource has continued to be part of our activities offered to international orienteering enthusiast. In this course we teach basic orienteering skills needed to start your individual orienteering training. After this course you have skills needed to participate weekly motion orienteering or simply go into woods doing orienteering for yourself.

This course is opportunity to get your very first start on orienteering or freshen up your old skills. Besides learning basic orienteering skills you get opportunity to ask and hear about possibilities to practice sport further.

More info and registration 


Events and maps

eGames is a (inter)national orienteering competition organized annually in late August in the vicinity of Espoo. There’s always a good terrain and an excellent map in eGames as well as real classic distances to run and a fast result service.

Espoon Suunta has terrain maps predominantly of the coastal area of the Helsinki region and urban area maps of Espoo.

Espoon Suunta map page


Espoon Suunta was founded in 1988, when two clubs: Espoon Rasti and Reima -34 (originally Helsinki-based Kruununhaan Reima) joined together to form a new and strong club based on the developing youth work. Reima’s youth team had won Youth Jukola Relay in 1988.

Reima was one of the clubs to take part in the first Jukola Relay in 1949. EsSu’s best placing in the relay was in 1998 as 5th. Individual achievements of EsSu members include a silver medal in World Orienteering Championships and a World Championship in Mountain Bike Orienteering.