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An intriguing mixture of intricate coastal dunes (some forested, some open) with a more subtly contoured inland area of open forest. When used in 2003 it was noted most senior competitors who made mistakes did so in the flatter areas - a case of running too quickly for navigation, perhaps. There is an extensive path and road network giving good scope for the junior classes. The area is very runnable with no big climbs.
Entry to forest at Arthur’s bridge off B9103 NJ254670. FCS track to assembly entrance at NJ274670
The UK Orienteering League is a new league based competition for individuals and club teams.
Days 1 and 3 are part of this years league.
The IOF have announced that Loch of Boath will be one of the three GB…
A Few Surplus Maps, the history of the 6 Day Event from its beginnings in 1977, is a beautifully produced book full of maps and photos and charting the development of the event from small beginnings up to the world class event we know and love today, more…