This orienteering course is provided for your enjoyment by Leeds Metropolitan University and Leeds City Council with assistance from Airienteers Orienteering Club.
Update: Jun 2016
Not currently in working order, but scope to update it. Action Maurice C to chase please: (1) Jason King (Leeds Met sports dept) to sort out the placement of controls, (2) Someone (Leeds?) to put in the new posts (3) Someone (Chris?) to revise map if needed and put the controls on the map.
You take part entirely at your own risk and none of the organisations involved can accept any responsibility for accident or injury resulting from your participation.
The control posts for the Permanent Course are wooden posts with an engraved letter and number – the letter code is shown in the Description (below) – the check number is for you to write down to prove that you have visited the correct post. You can visit posts at any time. It is suggested that you follow one of the recommended courses.
The Yellow Course is suitable for anyone over the age of 16 and for children accompanied by an adult or in an organised group. After doing the Yellow Course you may like to have a go at the Orange or Light Green Courses which are longer and involve more difficult navigation. Distances are measured in a straight line, so you are likely to travel further than the distance shown.