STAG Compass Sport Cup & Trophy Scottish Finals Sunday 19th February 2012

Well another STAG Project has been successfully negotiated and well received by the Orienteering Community.



Our success is built upon special people who rally round time after time, striving to deliver back into the sport so many of us have grown to love.

On this occasion extra special thanks are due to Pauline & Blair for their over devotion to duty. Faskally may be small in size but the hilly nature of the terrain makes it excessively physical demanding and with so few helpers takes it toll. 2 very fit individuals!

However it is the cammaraderrie & friendship which binds everyone together and pulls us through time after time.

Therefore my personal thanks to those above and -
Marcella & Sheila - Parking within Caravan Park.
Jackie, Lorna & Robin - for EOD & Download @ STAG HQ.
Gerry- for helping set up Start/Assembly taking the best part of 3 hours on the Saturday late afternoon.
John R, John McK, Lynne, Paul & Kirstin - for helping Gerry run the Start on Sunday.
Pete & Saartje for collecting in taped route from Parking > Start.
Rob for returning map reclaim bags to Registration.
Gavin & Sandra - St.Andrew’s Ambulance Corps - First Aid Cover.
Tayside Police - Road Signs.
Forestry Commission - Access.



Detailed results pages


STAG CS Final Information - Faskally v2

details of the pre-event information


Will be signed on B8019 as you leave Pitlochry & A9 North Cut Off after crossing Loch Faskally.


As per BOF Competition Rules J effective January 2012.

Start times:

10am > 12.29pm.

Entry Fees:

Pre-entries CLOSED for Compass Sport Cup & Trophy Races.
EOD for Light Green & Orange @ £6 per map.
All participants on Yellow & White Courses FREE.

Due to the time of year there will be no STRING Course offered, we hope the FREE Yellow & White Courses will be utilised instead.


Posted on 19th Feb 12 by Terry O'Brien

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Information about the location

Area: Highland Perthshire
Near: Pitlochry
OS Grid Ref. NN917603  GoogleMap

Terrain description

Must still be one of STAG’s best investments & a favourite for most orienteers.

Details of other mapped locations



You can view the events uploaded to RouteGadget here.