More definitive details will be posted nearer to the date of the event.
|Location||Cuffley Active Learning Centre, Carbone Hill, Cuffley, Herts, EN6 4PR|
|Parking||In Cuffley Camp. Parking is limited, so please share cars or come by train where possible.|
|Public Transport||Cuffley station is 2km walk/cycle away, with frequent trains from London.|
|Terrain||Mainly runnable deciduous woodland with contour detail.
Good path network so suitable for beginners upwards. Help is available – just ask.
Many thanks to Cuffley Camp for use of their site, Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council for allowing us use of this lovely area and to them and Friends of Northaw Great Wood for their work in maintaining it.
|Courses||Courses for everybody from beginners of any age to experienced orienteers.
|Maps||1:10,000 pre-marked maps for all courses on waterproof paper. For a previous event on the area see RouteGadget.
Loose control descriptions will be provided.
|Starts||Starts will be in blocks:
Please try to start within your block so as to reduce queuing. At certain periods, notably very early, helpers will have priority. Your start time on the start list is the beginning of your start block.
SIAC will be enabled. Punch the start; other controls and the finish will be in dual contactless / punching mode.
Courses close 14:00. Please start in good time to finish by then.
|Entry & Fees||Entries are now open on SIEntries
Helpers will get a free run – contact the Organiser for the discount code to be used when entering.
|Punching||SIAC (timing chip) hire £2.00. Charge for lost SIACs £60.|
|Results||There will be a local WiFi network in the Assembly area accessible from any smart-phone or tablet providing the following:
Go to network hhresults. There is no password.
Full results will be published on www.herts-orienteering.club and Routegadget as soon as possible after the event.
|Dogs||Sorry but no dogs allowed in the Assembly area or on the courses.|
|Facilities||There will be a café in the Refectory which will also be the location for Enquiries & Download. No studs indoors please. Toilets will be available.
|Safety||Orienteering is an adventure sport. You take part at your own risk and are responsible for your own safety. A full risk assessment has been carried out.
You must go to Download (in Assembly) even if you don’t finish your course. We need to confirm you’re back safely.
First Aid will be available at Assembly.
The nearest A&E is Barnet Hospital, Wellhouse Ln, Barnet EN5 4BZ Tel 0208 216 4600
Climbing of fences is strictly forbidden.
Competitors travelling alone are advised to leave something of value that they will not forget at Enquiries (e.g. car keys). All competitors are advised to carry a whistle. In the unlikely event of extreme weather on the day, cagoules may be compulsory and you will be informed by car park marshals and in Assembly. Come prepared.
The area is popular with cyclists, dog walkers and horse riders. Please show them due consideration.