The 24th Scottish 6 Days event returns to the Moray Firth area, well known by orienteers for its vast forested sand dunes and mixed woodland estates. There will be competitive age-class courses, colour-coded courses and string courses for the young and the young-at-heart. There will be five great days in the forest with rest day activities (for those that don’t like a rest) including sprint orienteering and trail orienteering as well as the opportunity to get on your bike with British Mountain Bike Orienteering organising three races alongside the event including one on the rest day.
Entries opened on 1st December 2022 on Fabian4.
The cheaper entry rate is available for those born after 1 January 2003 and full-time students.
Entry after 30th June 2023 will only be available for colour-coded courses (adults or juniors), TrailO and Sprint entries. These are subject to map availability. This limited entry can be made online up to 5pm the day before each of the individual days. If there are still maps available on the morning of a particular day, entry can be made at the Information tent from 9:00 until 12:00 for colour-coded courses or at the Enquiries Point for TrailO (in Roseisle) and Sprint (in Forres).
Unfortunately, no entries or changes for age-class courses will be possible after 30th June 2023.
Welcome back to Moray!
We look forward to seeing you in summer 2023 when we will take advantage of all that Moray has to offer in the way of orienteering and tourist attractions.
Embargoed Areas Announced
We are happy to announce embargoed areas for the 2023 Scottish 6 Days in Moray. An important milestone for the organisation of the event.
Risk and Safety
Competitors accept the hazards associated with participating in the event, and that they take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.
Please note that under the terms of the British Orienteering public liability insurance policy, non-members of British Orienteering are covered for public liability for three events only. After three events, non-members participate at their own risk. However many may already be covered by public liability cover from other insurance, such as their own national orienteering federation’s insurance cover.
Other than the organiser’s liability for causing death or personal injury by negligence, Event Officials will not accept liability for any injury, accident, loss or damage to the competitor or their property that may arise before, during or after the event as a consequence of participation in the event.