Bryn Bras 2017

Date of event: Sun 02nd Apr 2017
Level of event: Local (D)
Nearest town: Ponterwyd

This is open, grazed, common land, combining a rather excellent runnability on a plateau of bog and crag, with some dramatic drops to the Rheidol river on the east, the deeply carved gorges of which are traversed by the poetically named Parson’s Bridge. There is a useful system of paths for the orange and yellow courses, and the views ( the sun always shines here) are stupendous.

Location & Directions

Parking will be just off the minor road at SN741795 r; from here follow a minor road to the registration tent at SN739796. Both the start and finish are by the tent. 

Directions; From the east, take the first turn on the left for Ystumtuen after Ponterwyd on the A44. From the west, following the A44. take the second turn on the right for Ystumtuen after Nant yr Arian.

Course information

Details of courses will be published when completed.

Blue - 5.27km, climb of 225m

L.Green - 4.34km. climb of 125m

Orange - 2.98km, climb of 75m

Yellow - 2.3km, climb of 45m

Times

10.30-11.30am Start block - courses close at 1.00pm

Entry Details

Entry on the day. Dibber hire £1.00

Entry costs

Over 21 £3.00  & under 21 £1.50 for MWOC Club Members

Over 21 £5.00 & under 21 £2,50 if a member of another orienteering club

Over 21 £7.00 & under 21 £3.50 for all others

MWOC Club Membership for 2017 - Over 21 £15 and under 21 £5.30

We  welcome you to join the club which gives you a great discount on entry costs for events, a great orienteering magazine and member discounts at many outdoor places - see British Orienteering website for details - easy to join online through the MWOC website or British Orienteering website

Family groups are welcome - you can accompany your children for free - you can pay per map and dibber so if you want a taster you can have a great value  family outdoor adventure.

Officials:

  • Planner: Kate O'Sullivan
  • Organiser: Kate O'Sullivan
  • Controller:

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Safety and Risk

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Posted by Terry Smith