Spring 2010 event - Facts and figures
This table shows how many teams made it to each of the activity bases and other controls.
Number of Visits
|A||Band Hero (Classroom near Go Ape.)||50||23|
|B||On the Ropes (Playground South of forest road.)||50||45|
|C||Delve of Doom (Small clearing.)||50||50|
|D||Virtual Caving (Open ground beside forest road.)||50||40|
|E||Mega Assault (Field Corner.)||50||49|
|F||Attached! (Small shelter in woods.)||50||57|
|G||Terror Island (Area around pond.)||50||36|
|H||Rollercoaster (Mixed woodland by forest road.)||50||58|
|J||The Climb (Disused railway bridge.)||50||43|
|K||Blood, Sweat & Gears (Mixed woodland by forest road.)||50||54|
|L||Totally Guttered (Woodland/open ground beside forest track.)||50||16|
|M||Giant Logic (Rough ground East of forest track.)||50||51|
|N||Quack Castle (Beside forest road.)||50||44|
|P||Black Box (Disused railway bridge.)||50||24|
|Q||Strings Attached (By path junction.)||50||35|
|R||Flying Saucers (Open ground East of forest road.)||50||26|
N.B. There was no base I to avoid confusion with number 1 or base O to avoid confusion with letter D.
Number of Visits
|01||Vehicle track - East side.||10||1|
|03||Top of spiders' web.||5||27|
|05||Small hill (knoll).||10||7|
|06||South of small pond.||5||36|
|07||On slope among trees.||10||4|
|09||Road / path junction.||10||21|
|12||Small dip in ground (depression).||15||3|
|14||North of footpath.||20||7|
|15||Small hill (knoll) - South-West side.||10||35|
|16||Large dip in ground (depression).||15||4|
|18||Small hill (knoll).||20||10|
|20||Small forest clearing.||20||11|
|24||Dip in ground (depression).||20||1|
|27||Small dip in ground (depression).||30||4|
|28||Beside small path.||25||14|
Map © Nottinghamshire Orienteering Club and reproduced with their permission. Survey: D & P Olivant September 2008 to February 2009. Cartography: D Olivant September 2008 to February 2009. Based on the Ordnance Survey mapping with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. © Crown Copyright. Licence No. 43423U. BOF Registration No. EM-08-456.
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