Stoney HazelSat 25 Mar
Local level event
What does this mean?
Local events are usually low key and in the 'localised' area, ideal for newcomers to try the sport and Training events are non competitive and used for training and coaching, aimed at members of the club, but they can attract people from neighbouring clubs, and are often ideal for newcomers to try the sport. Regional events attract participants from around the local Region, National events are high quality competitions that will attract people from far away, Major events are Major Events such as a British Championships.
Terrain type: Woodland
Many thanks for joining us this morning for our special Family O event, we hope you enjoyed getting out into the woods for a more normal course !
Thanks as always to all the LOC volunteers - Claire for planning, Chris as Safety Controller, the SI Team of Mike, Jerry, Sandy and Andrew, Tom, Simon, Heather, Gill, Alan and John for various roles !
Please note Routegadget does not support score courses, so only the line courses (white, yellow and orange) are shown.
An opportunity for the families who have enjoyed our February half-term sessions to come and experience an actual event. We also hope that club members will come and enjoy a great area and to see and support our (hopefully) new O converts. The event is for ALL, please do come along.
Near: Rusland Lat,Lng: 54.29831,-3.01885 Postcode: LA12 8JZ What3Words: ///exotic.irritable.punch
The pins on the maps show the location of the parking, the start may be some distance away
Directions / Parking
LA12 8JZ. GR SD 338896. W3W exotic.irritable.punch
Parking at the reading rooms and roadside
Map / Terrain
Woodland with good path network.
White 1.2km, 55m climb
Yellow 1.9km, 80m climb
Orange 2.5km 130m climb
Technical score (45 minutes)- maybe with a twist!
Whether you tried orienteering for the first time recently or are an old hand this event is an ideal next step in your orienteering journey. Try out your skills new or old in a beautiful area of South Lakeland woodland situated a short drive north of the A590. Lots of paths and tracks for those still finding their way and lots of brown wiggles for those wanting more challenge.
Unsure which course to enter? The white course is great for younger children, the yellow for older beginner children and the orange will tempt you off the beaten track slightly, so best for those with some experience of yellow courses already.
Entries free for LOC junior members, £4 for non-LOC juniors, £6 for adults.
Entries are open online via SI Entries here, online entry will close at 23:59 on Weds 22nd March, some entry on the day will also be available.
Registration and Start times
Registration/ download/ indoor space at Rusland Reading Rooms
Starts from 11am-1pm.
There will be an (optional) briefing for those newer to orienteering at 11am and 12noon in the reading rooms, and lots of help for newcomers and beginners in-between briefings as well.
Followed by prizegiving for February half term sessions.
Contacts / Officials