bto SOUL 7, Jedburgh, Sep 27
A fantastic day in picturesque Jedburgh for bto SOUL 7. Beautiful weather and possibly the best planned urban event of the year so far with testing long route choice legs and sprint style short legs, narrow alleyways and a castle control!
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Jedburgh is steeped in history, justly famous for its Jethart Snails, ruined abbey, the Ba’ Game – and a townscape well suited to urban orienteering. A mixture of old lanes and alleys, newer housing developments and parkland will be ideal for the Seventh race in this year’s Urban League and local resident and elite orienteer Kirstin Maxwell will be able to use local knowledge to set challenging courses.
The town also boasts a couple of large mill-shop cafes and a few excellent smaller ones for post run refreshment. Why not bring the whole family for a day out in the borders!
Last edited: 24th Oct 15