Tay Local event Urban North Muirton perth

Tay Local event Urban North Muirton perth
Sun 10th Feb 2013
Perth
TAY
SOA
Level D
Suitable for familiesSuitable for young childrenSuitable for newcomersCoaching/advice availableDogs allowed - constraints may apply

Location

Venue:North Muirton Perth
Nearest town:Perth
Postcode:PH1 3DJ
Grid reference:NO109256
Parking information:This will be at the public parking area just off Bute Drive near to Riverside Church and Jeanfield Swifts ground at NO 109256. Follow the signs to Perth Grammar School initially and then Riverside Church off the Dunkeld Road leading north out of Perth. Please don't park in the Riverside church car park this time. Toilets and refreshments are fairly close at Asda and McDonalds on Dunkeld Road
Dog rules:Dogs on lead and under control

Details

Description:An urban event on the ISSOM map used for the 2011 Scottish Sprint Championships with 3 courses and SI used minimally to minimise damage to SI units and work for volunteers. SI units will be used for the start and finish only. Controls will be lampposts and other street features which display a reference number. Competitors will have a sheet where each control will have 3 possible answers, the correct one must be circled. A check will be made at the finish that all controls have actually been visited. Bring a pencil/ pen
Type:Urban
Physical difficulty of terrain:Easy
Entry times:10.30-12.00
Punch type:Other
Event number:64101
Event website:Click here

Courses

Course description:Three courses will be available – Long 4.6k, medium 2.9k and short 1.9k The short course is yellowish and doesn't cross any roads and is on the grassland by the river, the medium and long courses are on urban terrain and cross Bute Drive which is the busiest road on the map but not a major road.
Colour coded courses:Yellow, Orange
 
XS
0-2.5km
S
2.6-5.0km
M
5.1-7.5km
L
7.6-10km
XL
10.1km +
Very Easy Courses are very easy with all controls on paths; they are mainly used by six to ten year olds and family groups.
Easy Courses use paths, tracks, walls and streams to assist with navigation; they are mainly used by under 12's and families.
Medium Courses require the basic use of a compass and will have basic route choices; they are ideal for adult beginners.
Hard Courses are more technically difficult and use contour and 'point' features such as ponds, small buildings and ruins, small hills, boulders, re-entrants and depressions; they are used by people with some orienteering experience.
Very Hard Courses are physically demanding and technically more difficult and require significant route choices to be made; they are designed for experienced orienteers wanting a challenge and many legs on a course will offer route choices.
Course Technical Difficulty and Length (Km) are a guide to the standard of the courses offered.

Entry

Payment dateJunior/studentSeniorFamily/group
10/02/2013£3.00 (£3.00)£5.00 (£5.00)N/A
Non-member fees shown in brackets

Contact us

Club:TAY
Association:SOA
Contact:Moira Laws
Email:moira.laws@hotmail.co.uk
Phone:01738 828 922