Online entries using Racesignup.
Dibbers will be available to use on the night.
Long 4.5k (technically difficult)
Short 2.5k (technically difficult)
Yellow 1.3k (technically easy)
HELP ME CHOOSE A COURSE
Start and Finish are very close to registration.
The Short and Yellow courses stay within the enclosed areas/fields nearer the road. There are some marshy areas but the Yellow course avoids these.
The Long course goes out onto the open fell and as well as the marshes there are areas of rough stony ground to cross.
Additional Safety Notes:
- There are cattle with some calves in the field containing the Start/Finish, please give these a wide berth and avoid getting between calves and the adults.
- High visibility clothing is advised as it helps in the event of a search
- All courses go onto the exposed hillside so please bring waterproof clothing and be prepared for bad weather.
- Whistles and spare torch recommended.
New to Night Orienteering?
You need to bring a decent head torch (and maybe a spare and/or spare battery) and make sure to dress appropriately for the weather.
The first series of events, up to Christmas tend to be on easier areas so are suitable for those trying night orienteering for the first time.
Younger and/or inexperienced orienteers should be accompanied.