Culbin Moray & Highland Junior Championships and National Event Sun, 02 Jun 19

Event Info
Location of Event: 
Type of Event: 
Moray & Highland Junior Championships and National Event
Event Date: 
Sun, 02-Jun-2019


57° 33' 31.5576" N, 3° 40' 1.9848" W
Event Timings
Registration Times: 
10:15 - 11:45
Start Times: 
11:00 - 12:30
Courses Close at: 
Event Details





Registration and Download

Please come to registration to register, pick up hired SI or for enquiries.  Please fill in the registration form and pay your entry fee.  Registration forms will be available on the day, however, they can be downloaded from
You must report to download after your run, even if you do not complete the course.  

Nearest Toilets

Toilets are available in the Car Park.

Start and Finish Information

Event Safety Information

All competitors take part at their own risk and choose a course that matches their experience and fitness.  It is advisable to wear full leg cover, suitable footwear and to hydrate before run.

The area is popular with dog walkers and horse riders.  Please respect the riders’ wishes so as not to alarm the horses.

There may be faecal matter from dogs present along the tracks, presenting a possible health hazard to those who come in to contact with it.  Please take care, especially if you have young children with you.

Do not climb on the piles of wood.

The paths can be slippery, with roots and rocks protruding in places.  Please take care.

Ticks may be present in the area, please check yourself after the event.

Whistles are advised.

Courses available: 


Terrain Description

Darnaway East is an area of runnable beech and open woodland, full of contour features and with an extensive path network. Tracks may be roadlike or green grass covered, paths may be covered in leaves reducing their visibility. The yellow course whilst all on tracks/paths is not navigable by a std buggy, All terrain types will be fine.


Courses (Colours and Lengths) 

White (technical difficulty 1) 

Yellow (technical difficulty 2) 

Orange (technical difficulty 3) 

Long Orange (technical difficulty 3) 

Light Green (technical difficulty 4) 

Short Green (technical difficulty 5) 

Green (technical difficulty 5)

Blue (technical difficulty 5)

Brown (technical difficulty 5)


Note climb has been measured along the straight line route, in practice it will be much lower and depend upon route choices.

Punch Type: 
Dogs on leads only
Event Prices
Adults £8
Juniors £4
£1 discount for using own brikke
£1 discount for Oclub members
Adult beginners running the Yellow or Orange course pay £3

Add £1 to entry prices for those that are not members of British/Scottish Orienteering


Club membership costs £19 for seniors and just £5 for juniors (under 21). It entitles you to £1 off your entry fee for this event as well as discounted entry at all Moravian events, and most events organized by other clubs. If you'd like to become a member, please click HERE - your membership will be valid until the end of 2019.

Please note that non-members of an orienteering club are only covered under our insurance for 3 events.


Information for parents "shadowing" junior runners

Adults shadowing juniors only need pay for the junior entry. Please allow your son/daughter to do most of the navigation themselves. If you are doing all the navigation for them (ie they're chasing you round the course), please let us know at registration so we can note you down as "non competitive" or register you as an adult.

We encourage adult "shadowers" to help out if you see your children going obviously, wrong or getting stuck, but please wait for them to ask you for help before stepping in. That's all part of the learning process and helps build their self-confidence. This also makes it fair for the children that do the course all by themselves. Thank you.

Event Officials