Inverawe, May 23 2018

Date of event: Wed 23rd May 2018
Type of event: Local (D)
Nearest town: Taynuilt


Simple results

The final event of this year's mid-week Spring Series took place on Wednesday evening at Inverawe Country Park.

Turnout was a little disappointing, but those who took part experienced Inverawe at its best - glorious beach woodland, blue bells in abundance. bracken stil struggling to take a hold, and NO MIDGES.

Thanks to the Mailer Squad for organising/planning and to all control collectors; and especially to Robert and Susie Campbell-Preston for permission to use their property and facilities for our event.




events location



  • Planner: The Mailer Squad
  • Organiser: The Mailer Squad
  • Controller: Alan Partridge
  • Contact:

Pre-Event information

Course information

There three courses:

Yellow - 1.5 km, navigation suitable for beginners.

Orange - 2.3 km, suitable for those with a little experience

Short Green - 4.6 km, 145 m climb, suitable for experienced orienteers, physically quite demanding.


Start times from 6.00 pm until 7.00 pm

Courses close at 8.00 pm

Entry Details

Enter on the day

Juniors £2
Adults £4 (Scottish or British Orienteering Members)
£5 (non-members)

Please help us out by ordering your map(s) in advance from

Info for dog owners

Dogs allowed but must be under control.



Image of the Inverawe map About the area/map


An area of many terrain types which is bordered by plantation forestry to the east. An intricate path network in the south around the ponds and through the surrounding broadleaved woodland. To the north the land rises steeply over a broadleaved-covered hillside which opens onto contoured, tussocky moorland where it is easy to make parallel mistakes. Clumps of gorse bushes reduce visibility at times.

Read more about the Inverawe area and map


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Posted by Alan Partridge