Autumn/Winter 19/20DunstaffnageSun 15 September, 2019

Local level event

Explanation of Event levels

Local events are usually low key and in the 'localised' area, ideal for newcomers to try the sport and Activities are non competitive events 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.



A very successful EckO event. Almost seventy folk took part, either as competitors or as accompanying parents and the feedback has been great.

A big thank you to Ross Lilley who organised and planned the event and provided, along with Jan Kersel, pre-event coaching.

Apologies for the late appearance of Sunday's results. The large turnout on the day caught us by surprise and forced us to use some "dibbers" more than once, which caused difficulty in processing the downloads. If you spot any errors, let us know via

Last updated: Sat 08 January, 2022

Pre Event Info

The first of the Autumn/Winter series of local events with coaching.

Location Info

Near: Oban
Lat,Lng: 56.45202,-5.44055

Open an interactive map in:
GoogleMap - Streetmap (OS 50k)
OpenStreetMap - BingMap (OS 50k)

Directions / Parking

Leave the A85 at Dunbeg and follow the signs for Dunstaffnage Castle. Park in the Castle car park.

Map / Terrain

Map details are here.

Registration and Start times

Registration opens at 10.30. Start times from 11.00 to 12.00. Courses close at 1.30.

Course Information

There will be three courses - Yellow for the very young or those with no previous experience; Orange for those with a little more experience; and Green for fully experienced orienteers.


There will also be an opportunity for adult beginners and juniors to learn and practice some basic O skills supported by a coach. This will include;

1. Using a compass to orientate the map

2. Interpreting map scale and distance judgement

3. Understanding some basic map symbols and colours

Coaching starts at 10am. You can then put your skills into practice by registering for a yellow or orange course following the session.

If you want to take part please let us know by e-mailing so that we know how many maps to print.

Entry Details

Entry on the day, but please email in advance to book your map(s)

Entry fees:

Juniors (under 21) - £3

Seniors - £5 (members); £6 non members)

Dog restrictions

Well behaved dogs are welcome


There is a tearoom in the Castle

Contacts / Officials

Organiser, Ross Lilley (