Results Day 2 ready: Sunshine!

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 31 July 2008 8:58 PM

The results from the second day in Nordvestgaloppen are now ready. You will find the results in the Events section.

The competitors were greated by wonderful, warm weather - and today the sun kept shining all evening - and now at 21:00 it is still nice and warm in Voss - with the sun high in the skies.

Information - PM

Uncategorized - by Frode Oldervoll, 16 July 2008 11:57 PM

Directions/Parking

The O-camp and event office are at Palmafossen School, south of Voss township, towards Granvin.

Day 1 & 2 the arena will be at Ukvitne, approximately 16 km. west of Voss township. Parking is along a forest road with a 5-20 min. walk to the arena. Separate busparking 10 min. from the event arena.

Day 3 & 4 the arena will be at Stuaset, Bulko, 17 km south-east of Voss township along Highway 13. There is a 20-25 min. walk to the arena. It’s not possible for buses to drive the last 5 km. to the parking area, and must therefore park by the Highway 13 turn off. Transport the last 5 km. can be arranged.

The route from o-camp to event arena will be marked each day. Limited parking, so please fill up your cars!

Parking fee NOK30/day, alternatively NOK100 for all event days. Parking permits can be bought at the event office or from the parking attendants on the first 2 event days. Green marker bands indicate the path from the parking area to the event arena.

Preparations before start

Each club will be given a team envelope upon arrival. The envelope contains back-up/control tabs for the e-card (EMIT brick), start numbers etc. for all the races and must be collected at the event office before the first start. Runners are responsible for ensuring that new back-up tabs are mounted on their e-card prior to each race and to meet at start with correct e-card and start number. The same start number must be used for all races.

Please note: Maps for runners in race numbers 10, 11 & 12 are included in the team envelope. For races on Day 2, 3 & 4, clubs must collect these maps from the event office (at the event arena) well in advance of the first start. The individual runner must take their map with them to start.

The Competition

  • Day 1: 30th July - Ukvitne - First start 5.00 p.m.
  • Day 2: 31st July - Ukvitne - First start 5.00 p.m.
  • Day 3: 2nd August - Stuaset - First start 11.00 a.m.
  • Day 4: 3rd August - Stuaset - First start 10.00 a.m.

For the N-Open course, it will be possible to start 1 hour before the first starting time for the other courses.

Start

  • Day 1:
    Courses 1-12 : 20 minutes walk to start (Start 1)
  • Day 2:
    Courses 1-9 : 25-30 minutes walk to start, uphill (Start 1)
    Courses 10-12 : 5 minutes walk to start (Start 2)
  • Day 3:
    Courses 1-8 : 20 minutes uphill walk to start (Start 1)
    Courses 9-12 : 5 minutes walk to start (Start 2)
  • Day 4:
    Courses 1-12 : 15 minutes uphill walk to start (Start 1)

Blue and white marker bands lead to Start 1, whilst blue marker bands lead to Start 2.

The Children’s O-course or Småtroll is located at the event arena every day, flexi-start in courses 11 & 12.

The Start procedure
  • i. 4 min. before start, step in to the large bay (time call)
  • ii. 3 min. before start, check of e-card and start time with the starting list (control function)
  • iii. 2 min. before start, collect extra (loose) post-description
  • iv. 1 min. before start, line up by maps/zero-post
  • v. Start. Take map & e-card starts once lifted from pad. The runner is off!

Late starters: Participants that come too late for designated start time, report to the control booth marked ‘Late start/Sein Start’. The attendants will find a new starting time for the late runner. Please note that the race time will be based on the time allocated on the start list.

Direct courses

Runners must first register at the event office at the event arena. Runners start from the same booth as the ‘late runners’.

Map and Terrain

Day 1 & 2

Map scale 1:10.000. The terrain is 200-300 metres above sea level with rolling hills sloping down to flatter areas. The forest area is predominantly tall spruce and pine forests with some areas of birch. There are extensive areas of open marshland (easily run), some cliff faces and steeper slopes. Tall spruce forest areas where it’s possible to run with a reasonable amount of ease, are coloured with the lightest green colour (IOF406). 80-90% with this colour coding is for this type of forest and is therefore reasonably good running. The map was surveyed and redrawn in 2007, resurveyed in 2008.

Specific stretches are marked in the N-courses, in some places there are direction indicators on segments of a stretch, where that is the case it will be marked on the post-description and on the map.

Courses 10-12 can expect some uphill climbs in the beginning on Day 2.

Course planner Day 1: Vemund Hansen. Course planner Day 2: Jørn Torgersen. Controller: Jørn Ove Woldsdal

Day 3 & 4

Map scale 1:10.000. The map was surveyed and redrawn in 2008. Brown crosses on the map indicate anthills. The symbol for power lines is also used to indicate an aerial cable. The cable goes high and can be difficult to see in certain areas. The terrain lies 400-600 metres above sea level. Varied terrain with pine forrest with little undergrowth, some marshlands (easily run) and grassy slopes. Moderate rolling hills. Day 4 the courses go through an area with many cabins. Show respect and do not cross the garden of the cabins. Course 1-9 will cross a large river on a required passing point (a temporary bridge). The passing point is marked on the map. Take care with the crossing of the river.

Course planner: Trond Døskeland. Controller: Jan P. Lien

Post description/details

Post description/details are printed on the map (IOF-symbol, with additional Norwegian text for N-courses.)
Self-help for loose post-description sheets: 2 min. before start time for courses 1-7. Some areas have a number of posts in close proximity to each other, so check the postcodes carefully.

Classes and Courses

Course Day 1 Middle Day 2 Long Day 3 Long Day 4 Middle Level Classes Women Classes Men Direct Entry
1 4,0 km 9,2 km 7,6 km 5,0 km A   M21AL  
2 3,8 km 7,5 km 6,7 km 4,5 km A   M19-20, M35AL Long
3 3,5 km 6,3 km 5,6 km 4,0 km A W21AL M17-18, M21AK, M40  
4 3,2 km 5,4 km 5,0 km 3,7 km A W17-18,W19-20 M15-16, M45  
5 3,0 km 4,7 km 4,2 km 3,6 km A W15-16, W21AK, W35, W40 M17AK, M35AK, M50  
6 2,8 km 3,8 km 3,8 km 3,0 km A W45, W50 M55, M60  
7 2,7km 3,6 km 3,3 km 2,7 km B W13-14 M13-14 Middle
8 2,4 km 2,8 km 2,8 km 2,6 km A W55, W60, W65, W70, W80 M65, M70, M75, M80  
9 2,5 km 3,0 km 3,5 km 2,4 km C W17C M17C Short
10 1,8 km 2,5 km 2,6 km 2,0 km C W-10, W11-12, W13-16C M-10, M11-12, M13-16C  
11 1,6 km 1,9 km 1,9 km 1,9 km N W11-12N, W13-16N, W17N M11-12N, M13-16N, M17N Novice
12 1,2 km 1,3 km 1,5 km 1,9 km N N-open N-open Novice

There is a start post day 1 & 2.
Day 2: Course 1,2,4 & 5 have a butterfly wing on day 2. That means runners must pass through the same post twice. Runners MUST register at this post both times, or they will be disqualified.
Childrens O-course (Småtroll) and childcare opens every day 1 hour before first start.
Flexible starttimes for courses 11 & 12.

Finish

Finish line

The runner passes the finish line and stamps the e-card on the finishing post/unit. The runner continues through the finishing area to a control post where the e-card will be registered, then a printout of interval times will be handed out at a station further on in the finishing area.

Incomplete run

Ideally the runner should pass through the finishing area, following the same procedure as for a fully completed run. Should the runner not be able to do so, then either the runner or club leader must, as soon as possible, contact the event office in order to register and read the e-card and report the runners safe return. The Club leader must ensure that all the clubs runners register in the finishing area.

Disqualification/complaints

The runner will be disqualified if there are any discrepancies in regard to the correct post descriptions when reading the e-card after coming in to finish. In the event the runner disagrees with the disqualification, the runner/club leader must contact the event office. Should the runner not be in agreement after the complaint has been processed through the event office, then a formal protest must be brought before the jury.

Sports Code of Conduct

NOF’s rules and regulations for competitive sports apply. Course maps are not collected in upon passing the finishing post. We encourage you to follow competition rules: A participant, who has completed a race, shall not give out information about the terrain, map or course to other participants who have not completed their race. We would reminder everyone that before start it is forbidden to solicit/obtain information from other participants who have already completed their race. In practice, that means it is forbidden to look at a map or ask for or accept information from a participant who started early.

Exception: It is possible to assist and/or follow participants in N-classes.

Respect forbidden areas on the map, marked out in the terrain by bands or oblique lines on the course map. It is possible that farm animals will be grazing in the area, so show caution. Should you observe animals that require attention, please report to the event office.

Refreshments for the runners

Drinks for the runners provided in the finishing area every race day.

First Aid and Medical Assistance

First aid personnel are available at each of the Event Centres. Medical assistance is available on call. Please contact the Event Centre in case of emergencies.

Toilets

There are toilets at the event centres. No changing room facilities.

Time Recording

Electronic timing system (EKT) is being used for all events. The system used is EMIT. All participants are to use the same start number (bib) and e-card each day. Hire cards will be collected after finish on the last event or are to be delivered to the event office.

Please Note: Rented e-cards are included in the Team Envelope. These must be returned after the last race. Failure to return the rented cards will induce a penalty of NOK 500.

Results

Results will be shown on the result board at the assembly area. For classes N-open and D/H-10 only times will be shown, and no ranking. For all other classes competitors will be ranked according to results. A complete result list will be found at www.nordvestgaloppen.no and will also be found on the board at the O-camp and at the Arena the following race day.

Prizes

Prizes are awarded to all competitors aged 12 years and younger for all completed individual races and combined.
For competitors aged 17 years and older, prizes to classwinners each day. Total prizes 1/8.
For classes up to 12 years, prizes awarded directly after the race. For other classes the prizegiving ceremony will be at Palmefossen School 9.00 p.m on Days 1, 2 & 3. On Day 4 the prizegiving ceremony will be at the Stuaset arena directly after the event.

Pointssystem

1000 points to the winner. One point subtracted per commenced 3 seconds, after the winner.

Sales booth and food stalls

SPORT 8 will sell sports articles at the events arena every day.
Sale of hot and cold food and drinks at the events arena every day.

Childcare Service

You may leave your child at the Childcare Service during your race. Open from 1 hour before the first start, until 2 hours after the last start. Parents are requested to collect their children immediately after having passed through the finish area.

Childrens O-course (Småtroll)

“Småtroll”, is a service for the children too young to participate in the competitions. The courses are very easy and marked so that the children can safely get around the track. Start and finish at the same place. Fee: NOK25 pr. day paid upon start. Adults are encouraged to accompany children around the course. The childrens course is marked by yellow marker bands and all children get a well deserved prize when they get to the finish line.

Organization

Round Trips for active people

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 5 July 2008 6:01 AM

Norway Active

Join a roundtrip filled with excitements and activities on your day off.

STANDARD TOUR (10 years and above, bicycle skills required)

  • Starts friday at 08:30 from Voss train station
  • Train from Voss train station to Myrdal train station
  • The Flåm Railway til Berekvam
  • 11 km Mountains Biking from Berekvam to Flåm (easy trip)
  • Fjord Safari on a Fast RIB boat in Aurland and Nærøy fjords, with local guide
  • Bus up the hair-pin bends of the Stalheims road
  • Back at Voss train tasjon approximately 14:15 (6 yours)

Prices all included - adults NOK 1195, children (15 years and younger): NOK 1044

FULL PACKAGE TOUR: (minimum age 15 years)

  • All the same as the STANDARD TOUR
  • You leave the bus at Voss Rafting Center at 14:15 and eats a large BBQ
  • At 15.00 we dresses you in full rafting gear, and you get some of the worlds best rafting guides on a wet & wild white-water raft trip
  • Shoewering at apprix 18:15
  • We show you pictures from your rafting trip on a large screen
  • Back at Voss train station approximately 19:10 (10.5 yours)

Prices all included - adults NOK 1995 (minimum age 15 years)

More info and registration

More info: www.norwayactive.com

Registration: either from www.norwayactive.com, use code GALOPPEN, or on the Event Center within thursday 31 July at 15:00.

Rooms available in military camp

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 18 June 2008 7:27 PM

We have rooms with 8 beds for hire at Bømoen military camp. The area is close to Palmafossen school. There is orienteering map, footballpitch and sandvolleypitch at the area. Blankets, pillows and sheets is included. Shower, toilets and sauna in shared building.

Price per room per night is NOK 600.

It is also possible to rent a single bed, NOK 100 per night.

For reservation, send an e-mail to info@nordvestgaloppen.no. Remember to include dates for arrival and departure.

Bømoen
Bømoen

Profiles at Nordvestgaloppen: Ingunn Fristad

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 15 June 2008 7:00 AM

Ingunn Fristad

The second profile in our presentation is Ingunn Fristad. She is known as one of the Fristad twins, and she is born in Askvoll, west in Norway, and has a lot of memories from Nordvestgaloppen. She is now running from Halden SK and has represented Norway in a lot of international competitions. Besides running orienteering for Halden, she is also working as a marketing chief in the club.

When was your first participation at NV-galoppen?

I can’t even remenber, because I have been taken to that event since I was a baby. The years up to 16, I ran the event every time it was arranged. After that, I have participated when it has matched with my seasonplanning.

What is your best result at NV-galoppen?

I won W21AL in 2002.

What is your best memory from NV-galoppen?

It has to be the year when we had a large group of Finnish runners at our home. The weather was nice, lots of competitors, real western-terrain and good courses!

Why should orienteerers participate at NV-galoppen?

Because it’s amazing nature – both in the courses and amongst them. Demanding and interesting terrain, besides Voss is branding, and has a lot of athlets on high level. (Kristen Skjeldal, a former olympic champion in cross country skiing, will take part in the competition), and the place can offer many exiting activities.

For the eliterunners, the terrain is also very adequat for the upcoing World Championships in Trondheim in 2010.

Profiles at Nordvestgaloppen: Olav Lundanes

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 11 June 2008 12:09 AM

Olav Lundanes

In the following weeks we will present some Norwegian profiles, who all have a relationship to Nordvestgaloppen. They have been asked the same four questions, and number one in our presentation is the junior world champion master, Olav Lundnes. He is born in Ålesund, north west in Norway, and the area for Nordvestgaloppen. Of course he then has competed a lot of times at this event. Lundanes is first year senior this year, and is coming to this years event directly from World Championships and O-ringen. Maybe not all the days, but as he says: - I need training for the national championships in long distance.

When was your first participation at NV-galoppen?

I have at least the maps from Small troll from the year 1988. Then to of the races was arranged close to my homeplace. Normal class I first ran in the year 2000.

What is your best result at NV-galoppen?

I won in 2000 (M13-14) 2002 (M15-16) and in 2006 (M21AL)

What is your best memory from NV-galoppen?

I think it must be the last race in 2002. I ran M17 that day, and the course was 7 km, something that I felt was a vast distance on that time. It was also hot that day, and the course was really tough. I did well and I was less then 9 minutes behind the winner, which I think was Stig Alvestad. I was also faster than Jørgen Rostrup between to controls, so it was a very motivating race for me.

Why should orienteerers participate at NV-galoppen?

Because the terrain is fabolous, and a tarrein which is not so often used. It is demanding, both technically and physical, and the environments are beatyfull.

Bus transport available

News - by Frode Oldervoll, 23 April 2008 10:17 PM

There will be bus transport available between the event centre at Palmafossen school and the race arena. Fee: NOK 120,- per day (includes transport both ways). Register either during the race registration (it is still possible to change your registration even if you have already entered), or by e-mail to transport@nordvestgaloppen.no.

Entry

Uncategorized - by Frode Oldervoll, 22 September 2007 8:24 PM

Online registration is closed. Registration for Direct Entry course available right up to start.

Early registration/entry deadline: 1st March 2008
Second registration/entry deadline: 31st May 2008
Last ordinary registration/entry date: 16th July 2008
Late entry possible until the 29th July 2008 at 00:00.
Registration for Direct Entry course available right up to start.

Entry Fees

All amounts are in Norwegian kroner per race, per competitor.

Received by 1st March 31st May 16th July After 16th July
Age 16 years and younger 70 80 90 120
Age 17 years and older 120 140 160 200
Direct Entry course       80/140

Overseas/foreign competitors must pay all entry fees prior to first start. Entry fees payable to:

NVG-08 v/TIF Viking
c/o Bjørn Strømme
Lønborglien 193
N-5039 Bergen, Norway
Bank account: 3624 42 65280
Bank: Sparebanken Vest
IBAN-nr: NO8136244265280
SWIFT-code: SPAVNOBB

All bank charges payable by sender.

Entry fees payable by Norwegian clubs will be charged at a later date.

Change of classes or EMIT brick numbers made after 16 July will be charged a fee of NOK 50 per person.

EMIT Electronic Punching System

The EMIT registration and time-taking system will be used in all competition classes. In the event competitors fail to supply a EMIT brick number, a rental brick will automatically be allocated. Back-up cards should be inserted onto the bottom of the EMIT brick to provide pin-punch back-up in the event of battery failure. Competitors must use the brick allocated to them for all race events. Competitors using the wrong brick will be disqualified. Lost EMIT bricks will result in a charge of NOK500.

Courses and age classes

Course Day 1 Middle Day 2 Long Day 3 Long Day 4 Middle Level Classes Women Classes Men Direct Entry
1 4,0 km 9,2 km 7,6 km 5,0 km A   M21AL  
2 3,8 km 7,5 km 6,7 km 4,5 km A   M19-20, M35AL Long
3 3,5 km 6,3 km 5,6 km 4,0 km A W21AL M17-18, M21AK, M40  
4 3,2 km 5,4 km 5,0 km 3,7 km A W17-18,W19-20 M15-16, M45  
5 3,0 km 4,7 km 4,2 km 3,6 km A W15-16, W21AK, W35, W40 M17AK, M35AK, M50  
6 2,8 km 3,8 km 3,8 km 3,0 km A W45, W50 M55, M60  
7 2,7km 3,6 km 3,3 km 2,7 km B W13-14 M13-14 Middle
8 2,4 km 2,8 km 2,8 km 2,6 km A W55, W60, W65, W70, W80 M65, M70, M75, M80  
9 2,5 km 3,0 km 3,5 km 2,4 km C W17C M17C Short
10 1,8 km 2,5 km 2,6 km 2,0 km C W-10, W11-12, W13-16C M-10, M11-12, M13-16C  
11 1,6 km 1,9 km 1,9 km 1,9 km N W11-12N, W13-16N, W17N M11-12N, M13-16N, M17N Novice
12 1,2 km 1,3 km 1,5 km 1,9 km N N-open N-open Novice

Einladung

Uncategorized - by Frode Oldervoll, 27 June 2007 1:00 AM

Die Sportvereine Fana IL, TIF Viking und Voss IL laden zum Nordvestgaloppen 2008 nach Voss, Norwegen ein

Karte und Gelände

Die Karte für die ersten zwei Tage ist vom Gelände Ukvitne, und wurde 2006-2007 neu aufgenommen und gezeichnet. Das Gelände liegt 200-300 Meter über dem Meeresspiegel und ist leicht hügelig und abfallend, mit einigen ebenen Abschnitten. Hauptsächlich Hochwald bestehend aus Fichte und Kiefer, samt Birkenwald. Das Gelände hat eine gute Belaufbarkeit mit offenen Moorgebieten und Abhängen. Die Karte wurde 2007 auch unter den norwegischen Meisterschaften für Veteranen benutzt.

Am dritten und vierten Tag finden die Läufe im Gelände von Bulko statt. Da die Karte ganz neu gezeichnet ist, ist dieses Gelände noch nie zum Orientierungslauf benutzt worden. Das Gelände liegt auf einer Höhe von 400-600 Metern über dem Meeresspiegel, und ist abwechslungsreich mit leicht belaufbaren Moorgebieten, wenig Unterbewuchs und einige steile Abhänge. Etwas hügeliger.

Der Masstab für beide Karten ist 1:10 000.

Zeitplan

Mittwoch, 30. Juli

Zielplatz: Ukvitne gård, Bulken, ca 10 km westlich von Voss
17.00 Uhr: Erster Start Nordvestgaloppen-Mittelstrecke
21.00 Uhr: Siegerehrung Palmafossen skole

Donnerstag, 31. Juli

Zielplatz: Ukvitne gård, Bulken, ca 10 km westlich von Voss
17.00 Uhr: Erster Start Nordvestgaloppen-Langstrecke
21.00 Uhr: Siegerehrung Palmafossen Skole

Freitag, 1. August

Ruhetag. Erkunden Sie die zahlreichen Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten die Voss und Umgebung bieten.
Samstag, 2. August:
Zielplatz: Stuaset, Bulko, 17 km südwestlich von Voss.
11.00 Uhr: Erster Start Nordvestgaloppen-Langstrecke
21.00 Uhr: Siegerehrung Palmafossen skole.

Sonntag, 3. August

10.00 Uhr: Erster Start Nordvestgaloppen-Mittelstrecke
Siegerehrung und Abschlussfeier.

Direktanmeldungen

Es besteht jeden Tag die Möglichkeit sich direkt anzumelden.

Prämierung

Jeder Teilnehmer bis einschliesslich 12 Jahre erhält eine Prämie für jeden vollendeten Lauf und für die Gesamtwertung.
1/3 der Läufer in den Klassen 13-16 Jahren für jeden Lauf und in der Geamtwertung.
Ab 17 Jahren erhalten die Sieger eine Prämie, 1/8 der Läufer in der Geamtwertung.

Anmeldung

Die Anmeldung erfolgt über die Nordvestgaloppen Antragsformular (englisch).

Erste Frist für die Anmeldung: 1. März 2008
Zweite Frist für die Anmeldung: 1. Juni 2008
Letzte reguläre Frist für die Anmeldung: 16. Juli 2008
Nachmeldung: bis zum 29. Juli 2008 00:00.
Direktanmeldungen bis zum Start des jeweiligen Laufes

Anmeldungskosten

Alle Mengen sind im norwegischen kroner je Lauf und Läufer.

Anmeldung Vor dem 1. März 1. März - 31. Mai 1. Juni - 16. Juli Nach dem 16. Juli
Bis einschl. 16 Jahre 70 80 90 120
Ab 17 Jahre 120 140 160 200
Dir. anmeldung       80/140

Ausländische Sportvereine müssen ihr Startgeld vor dem ersten Start bezahlen. Das Startgeld kann folgendermassen bezahlt werden:

NVG-08 v/TIF Viking
c/o Bjørn Strømme
Lønborglien 193
N-5039 Bergen, Norwegen
Bankkonto: 3624 42 65280
Bank: Sparebanken Vest
IBAN-nr: NO8136244265280
SWIFT-code: SPAVNOBB

Eventuelle Gebühren werden vom Einzahler übernommen.

Ändern von Klassen oder EMIT chip nach dem 16. Juli: gebühr NOK 50 pro Person.

EKT

Das elektronische Stempel-und Zeitmesssystem EMIT wird in allen Laufklassen benutzt. Läufer, die keine Chipnummer angegeben haben, bekommen automatisch einen Leihchip gegen eine Gebühr von 25 NOK je Lauf zugewiesen. Die Teilnehmer müssen mit dem gleichen Chip an allen Läufen teilnehmen. Der Verlust eines ev. Leihchips kostet 500 NOK. Teilnehmer, die mit einem anderem als dem angegebenen Chip laufen, werden diqualifiziert.

Klassen und Strecken

Strecke Tag 1 Mittlere Tag 2 Lang Tag 3 Lang Tag 4 Mittlere Niveau Klasse Frauen Klasse Herren Direkt anmeldung
1 4,0 km 9,2 km 7,6 km 5,0 km A   H21AL  
2 3,8 km 7,5 km 6,7 km 4,5 km A   H19-20, H35AL Lang
3 3,5 km 6,3 km 5,6 km 4,0 km A D21AL H17-18, H21AK, H40  
4 3,2 km 5,4 km 5,0 km 3,7 km A D17-18,D19-20 H15-16, H45  
5 3,0 km 4,7 km 4,2 km 3,6 km A D15-16, D21AK, D35, D40 H17AK, H35AK, H50  
6 2,8 km 3,8 km 3,8 km 3,0 km A D45, D50 H55, H60  
7 2,7km 3,6 km 3,3 km 2,7 km B D13-14 H13-14 Mittel
8 2,4 km 2,8 km 2,8 km 2,6 km A D55, D60, D65, D70, D80 H65, H70, H75, H80  
9 2,5 km 3,0 km 3,5 km 2,4 km C D17C H17C Kurz
10 1,8 km 2,5 km 2,6 km 2,0 km C D-10, D11-12, D13-16C H-10, H11-12, H13-16C  
11 1,6 km 1,9 km 1,9 km 1,9 km N D11-12N, D13-16N, D17N H11-12N, H13-16N, H17N Anfänger
12 1,2 km 1,3 km 1,5 km 1,9 km N N-open N-open Anfänger

“Troll-Kurse” für Kinder

“Troll-Kurse”, ist ein Service, für die Kinder, die, zum an den Konkurrenzen teilzunehmen zu jung sind. Die Kurse sind sehr einfach und markiert, damit die Kinder um die Schiene sicher erhalten können. Beginnen Sie und beenden Sie am gleichen Platz. Gebühr: NOK 25 pro Tag zahlte nach Anfang.

Kindergarten

Sie können Ihr Kind lassen gealtert 2 Jahre oder mehr am Childcare Service während Ihres Rennens. Keine Gebühr.

Training

Es besteht die Möglichkeit zum Training in relevantem Gelände ab Freitag, 25. Juli.

Übernachtung

Es besteht die Möglichkeit in Klassenzimmern in der Palmafossen skole für 50 kr pro Nacht zu übernachten. Ansonsten gibt es Möglichkeiten für Wohnmobile und Wohnwägen, sowie zum Zelten bei Bømoen, unweit von Palmafossen. Weitere Überanchtungsmöglichkeiten werden im Laufe des Herbstes angeboten.

Transport

Die Stadt Voss liegt in Hordaland, ca 100 km östlich von Bergen entlang der Europastrasse E6. Die Bergensbahn hält am Bahnhof in Voss, und es gibt allgemein gute Bahn-und Busverbindungen. Der nächste Flughafen liegt in Bergen.

Es wird Busverkehr zwischen dem Veranstaltungszentrum in Palmafossen Schule und das Rennen Arena. Gebühr: NOK 120, - pro Tag (inklusive Transport in beide Richtungen). Registrieren Sie entweder während der Rennen Registrierung (es ist noch möglich, ändern Sie Ihre Registrierung, auch wenn Sie haben sich bereits eingetragen) oder per E-Mail an transport@nordvestgaloppen.no .

Geschäft

Sport8 verkauft orienteering Ausrüstung auf der Arena auf jedem Fall.

Kontaktinformation

Homepage: nordvestgaloppen.no
E-post: info@nordvestgaloppen.no

Accomodation

Uncategorized - by Frode Oldervoll, 27 May 2007 9:09 PM

Parking for camping vans, mobile homes and caravans will be available at Bømoen, a short distance from Palmafossen. A limited number of tentsites are also available at
Bømoen.

The following accomodation alternatives are now available:

  • Accomodation in classrom at Palmafossen skule. NOK 50,- per night. Kitchen is not available. Common shower.
  • Accomodation in room for two, common sanitary installation. NOK 100,- per night.
    NO AVAILABLE ROOMS FOR TWO LEFT
  • Accomodation in tent. NOK 100,- per tent for the whole period. Use of the same sanitary installation as rooms for two.

We have a limited number of places available, so please send an e-mail to info@nordvestgaloppen.no as soon as possible to check if the alternative you want is still available.

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