Maps / Areas

Example maps, photos and details of the orienteering areas to be used for the championships. You can also view a Google map showing the locations.

Beecraigs - Model event area

Beecraigs - Map, full screen

Beecraigs

Beecraigs - Visitor Centre

Beecraigs - Typical Plantation

Beecraigs - looking towards
the Forth Bridges

Beecraigs - Loch

Barr Wood - Middle distance race

The area is a contrast to the Long distance area. It is a mixture of natural woodland, planation and fast open moorland. The central section of the map is used as a Scout Camp and has numerous paths and small enclosures. Features tend to be small but clearly defined.

Barr Wood - Map, full screen

Barr Wood - Entrance

Barr Wood - Many Man Made Features

Barr Wood - Fast Open Woodland

Barr Wood - Small Enclosures

Devilla - Classic race

The area is a man-made plantation with numerous tracks and rides. Runnability is very variable with underfoot conditions including: heather, short grassland and following recent forestry work, brashings. Rhodedendron bushes are accurately mapped as impernetrable and these are a major feature in some sections of the area. Unusually for Scotland climb will not be a major factor on the courses.

Devilla - Map, full screen

Devilla - Good Visability

Devilla - Fast Woodland

Devilla - Paths and Lochs

Devilla - Swans on the Loch

Holyrood Park - Friendship Team Event

Holyrood Park - Map, full screen