Spring Series - TrainingGlen NantSun 16 June, 2019

Training 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.

Results will be here

Report

A small but select band of members and non-members braved torrential rain showers, hordes of midges, and burgeoning bracken to take part in Ross Lilley's expertly planned training exercises in beautiful, though technically difficult, Glen Nant woods.

Ross provided two exercises:

There was a problem sending emails to the mailing lists and so Ross has decided to leave controls out until next Sunday (23rd June) to allow those of you who missed out to have a go in your own time.

Maps can be downloaded from the following links:

Last updated: Mon 17 June, 2019

Pre Event Info

An opportunity to develop some skills appropriate to your level in a technical area that can challenge at all levels.

This is a training event with 2 exercises designed for participants at all orienteering skill levels.

Location Info

Near: Taynuilt
Lat,Lng: 56.39604,-5.21009
OS Grid Ref: NN019273

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Directions / Parking

Park at Glen Nant National Nature Reserve car park off the B845, 4km from Taynuilt. Registration is about 400m up the forest track.

Map / Terrain

We will use the mature oak woodland area in Glen Nant in and around the Ant Trail. Considerable contour and rock detail and few line features.

Registration and Start times

Registration from 11am to 12 noon. Courses close 13:30

Course Information

Technical difficulty 3/4 - attacking control sites off the line feature using marked attack points.

Technical difficulty 5 - Dog bone controls exercise. Very technical and only for the experienced orienteer. If you're not familiar with dog bone control legs then all will be revealed at registration.

Entry Details

Club Members Senior £4

Non-club Members Senior £5

Juniors £2

Dog restrictions

Well-behaved dogs preferable on a lead.

Facilities

Nearest toilets can be found in Taynuilt

Contacts / Officials

Planner/Organiser - Ross Lilley,