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Scolty Level C 5th November 2017

Gramp Champs and JD2C Event

Grid Reference    NO693952                                                    

Course lengths/climbs

White       1.6km/ 25m

Yellow      2.2km/ 45m

Orange     2.7km/ 60m

Lt Green   3.4km/ 80m

Green        4.1km/ 90m

Blue           5.8km/ 160m

Brown      8.0km/ 230m

Map                           1:10,000

Registration             10:00 – 11:30

Starts                         10:30 – 12:00

Courses close           14:00

Timing                        Emit

Entry Fee                 Adults £8, Adults (BOF members) £6, junior/student £3.

Parking                      On forest tracks.  FC parking charges still apply.

Terrain                       Excellent wooded area, mixed terrain.

Safety                      The organiser recommends that a cagoule or running jacket is  carried/worn.  In the event of poor weather this will be mandatory.  Scolty woods are popular with walkers, cyclists and dog walkers.  Please be courteous to other users.

Information              Please note earlier registration, start and course closure times.   This is due to the shorter day length.

White, yellow, orange and light green start is approx. 150m from registration.  Green, blue and brown start is 2km and 135m climb along tracks and paths within the forest.  The finish is close to assembly.      There will not be a clothing dump, competitors wishing to wear a light jacket to the far start are advised to carry a bum bag.

If you wish to enter this event it will help the organisers if you use our EEE (electronic early entry) system by sending a message to  Please state which course you wish to enter, your name, age class and BOF number.  A map will be reserved for you until 11.15am.  If you use the EEE system you do not need to complete a registration slip at the event unless you wish to change your course.

Organiser                         Helen Anderson

Planner                             Pete Lawrence

Controller                        Andrew McMurtrie (MAROC)


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