Newcomers welcome! Look out for our greeters who will be wearing high-viz jackets and they will give you all the help you need to get going…
This event is part of Welwyn Garden City’s centenary celebrations.
Sorry, this event has been cancelled in line with the Government response to Covid-19 and British orienteering’s guidance.
|Open parkland with some woodland and contour detail.
|Limited parking in the Country Park car park, off Thieves Lane, Hertford, SG14 2WN Overflow parking on local streets – please park with consideration for residents.
Car park has a 2.0m height restriction. High vehicles: please contact organiser in advance for instructions.
Event signposted from the Hertingfordbury roundabout on the A414.
|Rail: Hertford North station 1.5 km.
Coach: Green Line 724 (Sele School) 600m
|Courses for everybody from beginners of any age to experienced orienteers.
You may enter any course and will automatically be entered in the club’s Saturday League unless you ask not to.
|Register from 10:00 to 11:15 or visit http://sat.maptypes.org to reserve map/dibber and skip the form-filling queue.
Starts from 10:15 – 11:30. Courses close at 12:45.
|Non-members: Adults £6, Juniors £3
BOF members: Adults £4, Juniors £2
HH juniors free; adults accompanying juniors are also free but will need to pay £1 if they need an extra map.
Card payment is available, subject to mobile phone signal.
|Sportident punching will be used.
Dibber hire £1.00. Charge for lost dibbers £30
|1:7500 pre-marked maps for all courses on waterproof paper. For a previous event on the area see RouteGadget
|Dogs allowed, but must be on a lead in areas with livestock.
|Orienteering is an adventure sport. You take part at your own risk and are responsible for your own safety. A full risk assessment will have been carried out.
|There will be a local WiFi network near download accessible from any smart-phone or tablet providing the following:
Go to network hhresults. There is no password.
The small print
Event registered with British Orienteering, no 76855.
If you enjoyed this event, why not join the club and British Orienteering. There are plenty of good reasons for joining.