Yvette Baker Trophy Final

Yvette Baker Trophy Final
Sun 3rd Jul 2016
Hoddesdon
HH
SEOA
Level B
Suitable for young childrenRefreshments availableSuitable for newcomersCoaching/advice availableTraders at eventRanking event

Location

Venue:Wormley Woods
Nearest town:Hoddesdon
Event centre:Paradise Wildlife Park Car Park D
Postcode:EN10 7QR
Grid reference:TL334069
Parking information:Parking for cars and mini-buses is at Paradise Wildlife Park Car Park D, a grassy field. It is in Pembridge Lane –follow the brown Paradise Wildlife Park signs from the A10 at the Broxbourne/Turnford, then at the approach to the park follow O signs to parking. Coaches will be directed into Car park B, through the main entrance to Paradise Wildlife Park in White Stubbs Ln, Broxbourne EN10 7QA. If bringing a coach please inform the organiser.

Details

Type:Long
Physical difficulty of terrain:Medium
Entry times:YBT 1230-1400, Open courses 1030-1200
Punch type:SI
Hire fee: £1.00
Competitions:Yvette Baker Trophy
Event number:64676
Event website:Click here
Final details web page:Click here

Courses

Course description:Open courses available are Light Green, Green, Blue.
Colour coded courses:Yellow, Orange, Light Green, Green
 
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.
 101214161818E2020E2121E21N21V3540455055606570758085Open90
Long
Short

Entry

Contact us

Club:HH
Association:SEOA
Contact:Frances Goldingay