BL Long O – results

Border Liners Long-O, Sunday 26th September 2021 Bampton Common and Helton Fell.  This is a westward extension of the area used for the Compass Sport Cup and Trophy event in March 2019 and now includes Loadpot Hill and Bonscale Pike. Results link https://www.sportident.co.uk/results/BL/2021/BamptonCommonLongO/ Routegadget (share your routes!) https://www.bl.routegadget.co.uk/rg2/#143 Details (for reference only)

Swindale NW, Results

Level D local orienteering event at Swindale on Saturday 4th September  Provisional Results and Routegadget (Share your Routes!) https://www.sportident.co.uk/results/BL/2021/SwindaleNW https://www.bl.routegadget.co.uk/rg2/#142(apologies re blue course, which extends beyond the online map) Reminder – even if you don’t finish your course, please remember to report to Download so we know you are back safely. Thank you. Final DetailsContinue reading “Swindale NW, Results”

Angle Tarn Pikes – Final Details

Border Liners Orienteering Club Cumbrian Galoppen Event Angle Tarn Pikes, Ullswater Sunday 11th July 2021 Covid Information This event is being run in accordance with the British Orienteering guidance for resumption of orienteering in England. In order to participate in this event, you must agree to comply with the British Orienteering Participant Code of Conduct. In particularContinue reading “Angle Tarn Pikes – Final Details”

Angle Tarn Pikes, Cumbrian Galoppen

BL Cumbrian Galoppen Event – Angle Tarn PikesSunday 11th July 2021 https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?elid=Y&event_id=8480Entries close: Midnight Sun 4th July (or earlier if the entry limit is reached)Pre-entry only, no entry on the day. Fees: £7.50 senior, £3 junior / studentStart times: 10:30 – 12:30Entry limit: 270 competitors. Parking: Side Farm, Patterdale GR NY398162,  CA11 0NL Courses: Yellow,Continue reading “Angle Tarn Pikes, Cumbrian Galoppen”

Alston 12th June – Results & RouteGadget

Results now online https://www.sportident.co.uk/results/BL/2021/Alston/ RouteGadget – Share Your Routes! Alston is a fascinating old town, with a maze of small streets and alleyways and cut-throughs, all set on a rather steep hill. Lead and silver were almost certainly mined here by Roman times, and the town was the centre of the Alston Moor mineral miningContinue reading “Alston 12th June – Results & RouteGadget”