QUAD Match Activity Event - Epping Forest North
Wed 18th May 2022
Type of event: Local
Type of terrain: Forest
Results will be available soon.
CHIG, CUOC, HAVOC, WAOC quad match.
Nearest town: Theydon Bois
- Grid Ref:
- Postcode: CM16 5HW
- Latitude: 51.67562
- Longitude: 0.06232
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Directions / Parking
From M25: Leave the M25 at Junction 26, signed Epping (A121). After approx 1.5 miles and approx. 50m before roundabout, (CM16 5HW, nearest postcode to parking), turn into entrance for Miller & Carter restaurant car park. Parking is very limited, therefore please share transport if possible. There is an overflow car park approx. 400m along the B1393 towards Epping on the left hand side. It is payable via RingGo and closes at 8pm. (£2.50 for up to 2 hours)
From M11: Leave at Junction 7 signed Epping B1393. Travel through Epping town and past Shell garage. Straight on, through traffic lights at end of town and for approx. 2 miles through forest to roundabout, next to another Shell garage.
Take fourth exit, A121 signed M25 and Waltham Abbey, then immediately turn right into Miller & Carter restaurant carpark.
Public Transport: Theydon Bois Central Line station is approx. 2 miles distant. Footpath in village, thence forest track. Ask for details if required
Start and Finish: Approx. 150m from Registration
Not provided. We suggest using those at the Shell garages mentioned above. Please do not use the forest. Please do not compromise the club’s future use of Epping Forest.
Epping Forest North, updated autumn 2021 1:10,000. Mixed deciduous forest.
Registration & Start Times
EOD Registration: 5:30pm to 6:45pm
Starts: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Courses close: 8:00pm
5.8km technical 90m
3.8km technical 50m
1.8km easy 20m
EPS-SI on all courses. Dibber hire £1.00/ juniors free. SIAC not activated
Please bring the completed registration form to the event
Final details and results on www.chig.org.uk
Free to all CHIG, CUOC, HAVOC and WAOC members.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Ray Curtis Email:
Planner: Rowan Lee (WAOC)
Safety and Risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.
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