Oxford University Orienteering Club is responsible for a permanent orienteering course in University Parks in the centre of Oxford which was set up in 2003 and updated in July 2013. It consists of 20 wooden posts with plaques on top each with a unique number and letter code. There is a detailed map, which can be downloaded below, at 1:5000 scale showing the location of the posts and three suggested courses made from a selection of them. The idea is to use the map to navigate from the start/finish to the posts in the order listed for your chosen course as fast as possible, writing down the letter codes as you go to prove you have been to the post, then return to the finish. Please contact the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a list of the correct codes. You can also use a smartphone to take pictures of the posts and automatically time yourself and compare yourself to others. See SnapNav for more details.
Feel free to download to map, print it yourself and have a go!