Castle Neroche & Staple Common
Sun 03 January, 2021Near: Staple Fitzpaine Level of event: Local
Type of event: Race
Type of event: Race
A local event open to all, beginner or experienced orienteer, young or old and there are colour-coded courses suitable for all.
We have six of these events a year and together they form the Forest League (QOFL). The series starts in the Autumn and continues at approximately one event per month until the spring.
Link to 2019-20 QOFL team lists - members, please check which events you're down to help at
Suitable for all ages and abilities.
Course lengths and climbs TBA.
|Category of entry|
|Beat the Trail|
|Family*- separate runs||16||n/a|
|Group (1 dibber and up to 2 maps)||8||n/a|
*The family rate is a concessionary rates. Maximum two adults per family.
SI card (dibber) Hire - standard is £1, contact-less is £2 (only if contact-less mode is activated)
Additional runs (for all)- £1 each
Charge for lost dibber - £40 (SI), £65 (SIAC)
Filling out a Registration form (link) in advance will quicken up the entry process on the day.
The non-member premium has been dropped for 2019/20.
The Sportident (SI) timing system will be used but contact-less punching (SIAC) will not be enabled, unless stated otherwise.
Those of you who have your own SI card please bring it to registration to speed up the registration process.
Registration from: 10:30 (helpers from 10.00)
Start times from: 11.00 to 13.00 (helpers can start from 10.30)
Courses close: 14:30
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