We will provide a choice of courses at various Technical Difficulties (TD) levels…

TD1: White colour-coded courses & M/W10B

Technically easy with most controls on paths. Where paths don’t exist, a taped route may be necessary. Mainly used by 6-10-year-olds and family groups.

TD2: Yellow colour-coded courses,  M/W10A & M/W12B

Uses linear features like paths, walls, and streams. Mainly used by under 12s and family groups.

TD3: Orange colour-coded courses, M/W12A & M/W14B

Involves basic use of the compass and route choice. Ideal for competent youngsters or novice adults.

TD4: Light Green colour-coded courses, M/W14A & M/W16B

Uses simple contour and point features. Ideal for improvers as the navigational difficulty begins to increase.

TD5: Green colour-coded courses & all other age-based courses

Very hard navigational difficulty. Mostly used by experienced under 18s and adults wanting a short but challenging course.


As of 29th July 2022 the following areas will be embargoed for the Scottish 6 Days Moray 2023 – Lossie Forest, Roseisle, Darnaway & Culbin.

The embargo applies to the specific areas shown on the Moray 2023 Embargoed Areas map:

Competitors shall declare themselves non-competitive if their acquaintance with the terrain would give them substantial advantage over other competitors.

Nothing that occurred more than 12 months before the date of the event shall be taken into account.