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Northern Night Championships - Ilkley Moor (West)

Regional YHOA Night League Event

Sat 16 February, 2019

Level of event: Regional

Type of event: Night

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Pre Event Info

Please read the Final details carefully.

Aire NNC Flyer

Pre-entry is now closed. You can still enter on the day subject to map availability: Seniors £12. £10 for BOF members, Juniors and Students: £5

Email to David.Bowman@ipfdigital.com to check availability.

Update: as at 14 Feb we have only 5-10 maps left on each course for EOD. Email now to reserve yours!

All competitors must carry or wear: a whistle, sparelight and a hooded waterproof jacket. Anyone reporting to the start without this minimum kit will not be allowed to start.

Directions / Parking

The event centre is St Margaret's Church Hall on Queen's Road LS29 9QL. Absolutely no muddy footwear or dirty socks in the hall please.

There is ample roadside parking available on Queen's Road.


Registration & Start Times

Registration 18.30 to 19.30

Starts will be from 19.15 to 20.00

Courses close at 21.30

Prizegiving at 21.15

Entry Details

To guarantee a map, enter by email to David.Bowman@ipfdigital.com by Sunday 10th February. You can pay on the day. Seniors £10: £8 for BO members.
Juniors and Students: £4

EOD subject to map availability: Seniors £12. £10 for BO members,
Juniors and Students: £5

Course Information

Brown: Men Open (M20,21,35)

Blue: Women Open (W20,21,35), M40+, M18-

Green: W40+, W18-, M55+

Short Green: W55+, M75+

Very Short Green: W75+

Terrain Description

Moorland escarpment with a wealth of rock and contour detail, and an extensive path network. There are also areas of steep sided woodland.

The terrain contains many crags and smaller rock features. Some areas are
rocky underfoot, can be slippery if wet or icy, and contain gaps/small crevasses hidden by vegetation. Please take special care when passing close to these areas and do not attempt to climb any crag marked as impassable.

This is exposed terrain – see important safety notes below

Safety requirements

This is a winter night race on exposed open moorland.

All competitors must carry or wear: a whistle, sparelight and a hooded waterproof jacket. Anyone reporting to the start without this minimum kit will not be allowed to start.

Additional items such as hat, gloves and extra warm layer may be prudent. Note that conditions at the start may feel far nicer than out on the moor.

Dog restrictions

On a lead and under control on the moor and surrounding streets

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: David Bowman AIRE 07739 593442, before 9pm David.Bowman@ipfdigital.com

Planner: Richard Foster AIRE

Controller: David Day CLARO

Important Information

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.

Insurance: Please note that if you have competed in three orienteering events registered with British Orienteering and not joined an orienteering club which is a member of British Orienteering then you are not covered by our public liability insurance

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