Welcome, come and have a great time in one of Gramp’s flagship areas. This counts towards both Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup and GRAMP Champs.
Postcode: AB31 6LU what3words: emulated.expert.drank
Lat/Long: 57.006816,-2.585495 OS Grid Ref: NO645907
Parking will be in the north west area of the map on forest tracks. This will be signposted from the B976 just west of the junction for Potarch, between Finzean and Strachan. If coming from the south, follow the B976 over Cairn O’Mount and fork left at the AA Box in Glen Dye.
Toilets available at Bridge of Feugh and the main carpark in Banchory en route.
Registration and Start Times
Registration: 10:30 to 12:30
Starts: 11:00 to 13:00
Courses Close: 14:30 or maybe later TBC
Registration/download will be adjacent to parking.
Distance to Start/Finish and suitability for buggies TBC.
Gareth is busy putting the final touches to a full range from White to Brown – more details to follow asap.
Guide to course difficulty (thanks BKO).
Entry on the day, or, to help our IT team, if you think you are probably coming to the event and have a fair idea of which course you would like to run, please email your name, BOF number and course to email@example.com (subject EEE Glen Dye). A map will be held for you till noon. No obligation to run if you change your mind.
Senior: BOF/SOA member £6, Non-BOF/SOA member £8
Planner: Gareth Yardley
Organiser: Laura Farquharson (looking for offers of help from Gramps please)
Controller: Andy Oliver MAROC
Well behaved dogs and their owners welcome
Safety – A risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. Health – Full leg and torso cover is required due to ticks. Waterproofs may be compulsory if weather is really bad so bring them just in case.
Public Liability – Please be aware that British Orienteering Federation (BOF) event insurance only covers non-member participants for public liability for 3 events in any one year (this includes helpers, parents shadowing and competitors).
Photography – In line with the policies of British Orienteering, the organisers of this event request that any person wishing to take photos or video showing children should register their details with event volunteers before taking any such photos or videos. The event organisers reserve the right to ask people to refrain from taking photos or video and may, if such warnings are ignored, refer the matter to the police.