|Date||Start||Place||OS Grid ref||Type|
|5 Jun 2019||5:30 p.m.||Muiravonside, nr Linlithgow||NS 964 756||WEE|
One pair of socks (black, very wet) found in car park 3 after this evening's races. Please contact Jen if you wish to reclaim them.
Wednesday Evening Events
COME AND TRY IT!
No experience necessary – just come along on Wednesday evenings, anytime between 5.30pm & 7pm. Beginners and families welcome! All beginners under 12 should be accompanied by an adult. Coaching available.
- £6 Adults
- £4 Juniors (Aged 20 and under)
- (Members £4 / £3)
- Yellow course (easy, 2km) suitable for age 5+ (accompanied).
- Orange course (medium, 3km) suitable for beginners age 13+.
- Green course (difficult, 5+km) suitable for adults.
Please check on this website for final details before you travel.
CHANGE OF VENUE!
The WEE event on 5th June will now be at Muiravonside Country Park.
Follow signs to the main vehicular entrance for Muiravonside Country Park on the B825, event will be signposted from this entrance.
This is at the Main Car Park (NOTE there is £1 parking charge at the barrier) next to the farm. If you would like free parking, then park at the Woodland car park (about 200m from entrance, turn left) and walk to registration approx 600m along the park road.
REGISTRATION, START AND FINISH
At the Main Car Park, next to the farm.
SAFETY ADVICE - ALL PARTICIPANTS PLEASE READ
- YELLOW - there are 2 path junctions located very close to the edge of the map. There will be SAD FACE signs on the path going the wrong way - please tell juniors that they should turn back if they see a sad face.
- ORANGE, GREEN - these courses will cross/run along the park road, please beware moving cars. If you choose the cross the burn, please cross with care.
- All courses - it's quite muddy and slippery at the moment, so take extra care to avoid slips and trips. Do not approach the river or ponds. The river gorge walk, animal farm fields and allotments are out of bounds and marked as such on the map. Please show courtesy to other park users and take care around dogs.
Everyone must download and report back at registration. Courses close at 8pm.
Any queries, please contact Jen on firstname.lastname@example.org
New to orienteering?
It's a trail run (and often an off-trail run!) with a difference - an orienteering race doesn't follow a set route. Instead you have to visit a series of checkpoints and register each one with an electronic timing chip. The checkpoints are marked by flags on the ground and may be along paths, earth banks, streams or anywhere around the area. The challenge is to race between each one, choosing your own route between the checkpoints, using a special orienteering map (which you get to keep too). Why not come and give it a go?
What do I need?
It's an outdoor sport, dress for the weather conditions.We'll give you a map, lend you a compass and an electronic card for recording your time.