Jan Kjellström


International Festival


of Orienteering 2020


North East England


10th April - 13th April

   

Day 4 (relay) - Monday 13th April - Hutton Mulgrave and Skelder

Arena: Skelder Hill Farm, YO21 1SZ, grid reference NZ 846 091.

Parking: In fields 0-300m from the arena. 

Campervans may park on site on Sunday night only, and indeed are encouraged, to avoid the relay morning rush. Minimal facilities: Portable toilets and drinking water taps available, no bins (take your rubbish home). Cars and camping not permitted.

Terrain: Skelder contains fast natural deciduous woodland, with subtle contours and few paths.  Hutton Mulgrave is mixed forest, with track system, and contour and rock detail

Map: 1:10,000, 5m contour interval to ISOM 2017, updated by Paul Taylor. Class J (210+) has 1:7,500 scale. Previous map here.

Classes (pre-entry only):

Running orders will be as follows (as per the rules):

Classes J, M, N and P may be mixed gender teams (with additional age class allowance for women in class J).  Classes B, D, F, H, L are for women only teams.  Other classes are typically male teams, but may also be mixed gender.

Full details of the classes and rules can be found here.

Mass starts: From 10:00.

Prize Giving: The JK relay prize giving (all classes) will take place at 13:00. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd team in each of the classes (including Mixed Ad Hoc).

Dogs: Permitted in the arena and car parks but not on the courses (except for registered assistance dogs which are allowed by competitors that require them). We ask that if you bring your dog that you keep it on a lead and clear up after them.

Officials: