A mix of deciduous and coniferous woodland with some contour detail and a good track and path network. The eastern area comprises an east facing slope with numerous spurs and re-entrants with areas of fast open beech forest; the upper plateau is predominantly more traditional working forest. Areas of undergrowth are distributed across the area the worst of which will be avoided. The western area is less contoured and predominantly comprises working forest with areas of younger plantations and is only visited by the longest courses.
This area was used for events in the past.
It is private land, and like all private areas used for orienteering there is NO ACCESS ALLOWED at any time.
Sun 8th Nov 1992
Sun 5th Dec 1999Byron's WalkResults
Sun 14th Apr 2002Byron's WalkResults
Sun 26th Oct 2003Byron's WalkResults
Sun 9th Jan 2005Byron's WalkResults
A reminder: Access to any private land is by permission only. Organised events can only be held with permission even on public land. Possession of an orienteering map DOES NOT give permission to enter private land. Public land and public footpaths may be used at any time for individual access. Access to some areas will embargoed from the time an event is announced - even public areas.