Spring into O 2 and Train to Race 3

Lynne Walker

The second session (of three) for those who are returning to orienteering - these sessions are suitable for people who have come along to the spring training and events in previous years.

Train to Race session three (of five) to help you prepare for going to events.

Tue 08th May 2018

Type of event: Training, Tue=O
Type of terrain: Forest
Info updated: 02nd May

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Pre Event Info

Maps will be 'All controls'. From these 19 controls, there will be suggested courses, or you can make up your own course.

Please arrive as promptly as possible if you intend going up onto 'Creag Beag'.
Everything should be ready from 6:15pm; the longest suggested course is about 3.8km with 200m climb.

Spring into O
This session will work on:

  • cutting corners through the forest
  • finding features just away from paths

Train to Race
The rougher moorland will be used for some of the training - to get you prepared for the ground at Balmoral! The new 'Creag Beag' map will be used to take you high up the hill.
You will also have to work on changing tactics and pace between

  • the open moorland and the forest areas
  • slogging uphill before heading rapidly downhill.


Every Tuesday we go out orienteering, usually with a navigational focus. Call it training or just playing, it’s as hard as you want it to be, both physically and technically!
Newcomers are welcome and there is always someone to explain things and help you get started.

Meet at 6:30 prompt. Please come appropriately dressed for the weather on the night, the sort of thing you would wear if you were going for a trail run.
You need to be back by 7:30pm.

£2 Adults, £1 Juniors for BASOC or other orienteering club members.
£3 Adults, £1.50 Juniors for non members.

Read more about Tue=O



Directions / Parking

Kingussie Golf Club car park

Hired timing chips (Si-Cards, dibbers)

We provide a free loan of these if you don't have your own but if you lose it there will be a £30 charge for its replacement.

Dogs allowed?

Dogs under control and on leads please.

Contacts / Officials

Lynne Walker

Safety and 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 you have joined an orienteering club, or are competing in one of your first 3 events, then you are covered by our public liability insurance.

Medical Conditions

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