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30th edition of the Transforestière
Orienteering adventure raid
29 and 30 June 2019
ASUB Orientation invites you to the 30th edition of the Transforestière, its orienteering adventure raid in teams of two.

The race

The Transforestière, in a nutshell, is:

  • An orienteering adventure race in teams of two (or more for hikers; solo for H and J circuits) on a weekend, you choose your path between the control points and you wear your backpack.
  • A bivouac tent on Saturday evening, with refreshments and supplies for all participants.
  • The hiking spirit on circuits A and B and on circuits F and G (VTT-O), the competitive spirit on circuits C, D, H and J (runners).

Circuits

Circuit Description Distance per day (as the crow flies) Map
A Hikers (short distance and technically easy, no time control) 10 / 12 km IOF
B Hikers (long distance and technically easy, no time control) 16 / 18 km IOF
C Runners (short distance and technically difficult, time trial) 10 / 12 km IOF
D Runners (long distance and technically difficult, time trial, aimed at experienced competitors) 16 / 18 km IOF
F Mountain bikers (short distance, restricted to roads and paths) 25 km-effort IGN
G Mountain bikers (long distance, restricted to roads and paths) 35 km-effort IGN
H Runner Solo, on saturday only (short distance and technically difficult, time trial) 10 / 12 km IOF
J Runner Solo, on saturday only (long distance and technically difficult, time trial, aimed at experienced competitors) 16 / 18 km IOF

Participation fees

Registration and payment Before 31 May 2019 After 31 May 2019
Youngsters (born in 2001 or later) EUR 20 / pers. EUR 25 / pers.
Adults (born in 2000 or before) EUR 35 / pers. EUR 40 / pers.
Solo registration (saturday) Until 20 June 2019
Youngsters (born in 2001 or later) EUR 8
Adults (born in 2000 or before) EUR 10

The participation fee includes supplies at the camp Saturday night and Sunday breakfast (except for Circuits H and J).

For Circuits C & D, a less than a year old medical certificate allowing orienteering activity must be presented by participants which are not affiliated to one of the following orienteering federations (FRSO/VVO/FFCO/NOLB). Failure to provide such a certificate will restrict the participant to circuits A or B only.

Pratical information

See "Rules" page.

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