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Killerton Park (National Trust)

Permanent Orienteering Course

Info updated: 02nd Jul

Please note that, as of July 2015, the permanent course has been refurbished by the Trust - with new posts, discs and pin punches, as required. Work by the Trust over the winter 2015/16, combined with the effects of gales, has necessitated changes to the maps and courses below. We hope you enjoy the orienteering!

This is a National Trust property.

Off Exeter-Cullompton road (B3181); from M5 northbound, exit 30 via Pinhoe and Broadclyst; from M5 southbound, exit 28

Contact

Tel: 01392 881345
Fax: 01392 883112
Email:

Entry Charges & Facilities

See the NT Website

Map Availability

Maps for this Permanent Course (and for others in the south-west area) may be downloaded from:

http://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/pocs

There is a small charge of £1.00 for each map you wish to download. 

You can also get maps from the ticket office on site for a small fee.

Safety and Risk

Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety whilst using the course. Please see additional safety considerations on this website for using permanent courses. 

Map updated

Winter 2006, with further updates March 2016.

Courses

Course Controls Length
(km)
Difficulty Estimated
Time (mins)
Yellow 9 1.5 Introductory 30
Orange 13 2.4 Introductory 45
Lt Green 12 3.2 Moderate 60
Green 11 4.0 Hard 75
Score 31     60

Lengths of courses shown are in straight lines between controls, and the estimate of time is for a group walking around. Both will vary depending on your route choice and ability.

Downloads

Killerton POC Control Descriptions March 16

Control card (Blank)  

Leaders master punch key (updated July 2015)

Group Leaders Information 
Advice for beginners
National Trust risk assessment

map location

Location

Nearest town: Killerton, Broadclyst, Exeter

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Killerton POC map image,

Killerton POC map image

Safety and Risk

Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety whilst using the course.