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Regional Event at Treeton Woods

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Sun 11th Nov 2018

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Provisional results, Winsplits, Routegadget (and thus Splitsbrowser) and ranking points all available via links above.   If  you know who ran orange in 49 mintues with SI-card 2072303 starting at 11:53 (probably a second run) or have any queries, please contact


Come orienteering on this interesting and varied area with lovely views across Treeton Dyke. There are 9 different courses available catering for everyone from young children and newcomers to runners and experienced orienteers. There is no need to pre-enter - just turn up on the day.

View of Treeton


Treeton and Hail Mary Woods, off B6067 Wood Lane, Treeton. Nearest postcode: S60 5QN, GR: SK439874, Lat/long: N53.382077, W1.340741. Registration etc will be at the water sports clubhouse.


The area consists of two areas of mostly runnable sloping woodland with interesting contour detail, which provide a good contrast with the largely open gently contoured area of complex vegetation on the other side of Treeton Dyke lake. 


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Registration: 10am-12 noon
Starts: 10.30am-12.30pm
Courses close: 2pm


White               1.8km, 45m climb - technically very easy, suitable for young children
Yellow.             2.5km, 65m - technically easy, a good place for teenagers to start
Orange.           3.1km, 90m - medium difficulty, ideal for adult newcomers
Long orange.   4.9km, 75m - medium difficulty, ideal for newcomer runners
Light green.      3.6km, 20m - medium / hard difficulty, ideal for improvers
Short green.     3.0km, 95m - technically hard, less physical than the other hard technical courses
Green.              4.5km,160m - technically & physically hard
Blue.                 6.1km, 210m - technically & physically hard
Short brown.     7.1km, 240m - technically & physically hard


Adults £10 (£8 British Orienteering Members)
Juniors /Students £4
Family £24 (£20 members)
Pairs / groups welcome - just pay for 1 entry if you go round together.

Car parking £2
Dibber (SI card) hire £1. Lost dibbers - £30.


Portaloos provided

Additional Information

The area is widely used by mountain bikers, walkers & horse riders. Please be courteous to all members of the public.


Planner:         Lucy Wiegand (SYO)
Controller:     Colin Drury (SYO)
Organiser:     Paul Bradbury (SYO). Email: paul.syo “at”, Mobile:      07920 734 313




Venue Details

Two areas of mostly runnable sloping woodland linked by 100m of path.  A good contrast is provided by a largely open gently contoured area on the other side of Treeton Dyke lake that was added to the map in 2008 by Tim Tett.

Safety & risk

A comprehensive 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. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.


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