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Autumn 2011 event - Facts and figures

These tables show how many teams made it to each of the activity bases and other controls.

Saturday: Main Event Activity Bases
Base
Description
Points
Number of Visits
AMINEFIELD (Playing field - south west corner)5065
BUP AND OVER (Scout Hut)5042
CRING MY BELL (2nd Otley Scout Hut)5052
DBOULDER DASH (Chevin Boulders)5032
EGET DOWN (Caley Crags)5063
FCRAZY PIZZAS (Clearing west of White House)5037
GGONE FISHING (Short crag/boulder)5033
HTHE ASCENT (Large crag face)2015
JACID MARSH (Open clearing)5073
KSUPERSLEDGE (Yorkgate Quarry)5046
LACID MARSH (Open clearing)5041
MTOWER UP (Clearing by path junction)5045
NTOP GEAR (Field)5056
PON TARGET (Rough field north of road)5030
QGO BALLISTIC (Clearing north of road)5077

N.B. There was no base I to avoid confusion with number 1 or base O to avoid confusion with letter D.


Saturday: Main Event Control Points
Control
Description
Points
Number of Visits
01Derelict jetty3038
02Wicke's newsagents2547
03Berry bush2059
04Under bench3045
05Derelict garages2040
06Five trunk tree - south side2057
07Fence corner - south of footbridge2050
08Footbridge2044
09Nature reserve sign2036
10Forest corner - up tree1513
11By gate1532
12Small tree in big clearing2017
13Split-trunk tree - east side1537
14Ruined wall meets ruined fence204
15Wall corner2011
16Fence - west end of car park521
17Under bridge1057
18Amongst boulders1518
19Fence corner2027
20Oak tree north of path1512
21Small cave1542
22Stream bed1054
23East of trig point - up tree560
24Berry tree by pylon538
25Four-trunk tree541
26Patch of grass with small tree1047
27Forest corner - up tree1080
28Dead tree572
29Behind bus stop586
30Between trees and fence587

 

Saturday Main Event Map

Event Map

On Sunday teams had to try to catch 20 fugitives hiding in three different zones:

Sunday: The Apex Apocalypse
Item
Description
Points
Times caught
F1-1Alf A. Romeo3073
F1-2Barb Dwyer3063
F1-3Chris P. Bacon3036
F1-4Dan Saul Knight3037
F1-5Earl Lee Riser3050
F1-6Forest Green3050
F2-1Gene Pole2553
F2-2Hugh Jass2547
F2-3Ivan Oder2548
F2-4Jed Dye2573
F2-5Kent C. Strait2572
F2-6Laura Norder2570
F2-7Mark Skid2582
F3-1Nick O. Time2054
F3-2Oliver Sutton2062
F3-3P. Ness2063
F3-4Russell Leeves2043
F3-5Stan Still2050
F3-6Tim Burr2034
F3-7Warren Peace2066

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