Hatfield ForestSun 18 Sept

SOS Colour Coded and ESSOL

Regional level event

Explanation of Event levels

Local events are usually low key and in the 'localised' area, ideal for newcomers to try the sport and Training events are non competitive and used for training and coaching, aimed at members of the club, but they can attract people from neighbouring clubs, and are often ideal for newcomers to try the sport. Regional events attract participants from around the local Region, National events are high quality competitions that will attract people from far away, Major events are Major Events such as a British Championships.

Terrain type: Forest

Last updated: Fri 05 August, 2022

Location Info

Near: Takeley
Lat,Lng: 51.85957,0.23404
OS Grid Ref: TL547203
Postcode: CM22 6NH
What3Words: ///dolphin.gift.bandwagon

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Map / Terrain

Ancient royal hunting forest managed by the National Trust. Large areas of mature runnable woodland and open parkland.

Course Information

Full range of courses to suit all ages and levels of experience

Course

Length

Difficulty level

White

1.9k

1

Yellow

2.5k

2

Orange

3.1k

3

Light Green

3.8k

4

Short Green

3.6k

5

Green

5.1k

5

Blue

7.3k

5

Brown

9.3k

5



Entry Details

Entries now open on-line at www.Racesignup.co.uk.

https://racesignup.co.uk/site/...

Entries close at 23:59 on Friday September 16th but entries after September 14th will be subject to map availability.

Registration and Start times

Start times from 10.30am to 12.30pm

Course closes at 2pm. You must report to download, even if you do not finish.

Facilities

Café and toilets in main visitor area.

Parking in the forest is free for orienteers.

Dog restrictions

Dogs allowed in most areas. Please respect signage.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser Jeff Patteson

Planner Eddie Banks

Controller Peter Woods (WAOC)

Nearest A&E Hospital

Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford CM1 7ET
NHS Urgent care search

Safety Notes

A full risk assessment has been done. Orienteering is adventure sport and you participate at your own risk.