Families finding the way

Esk Valley orienteers Danielle Patten, Alice Patten 3, Matthew Patten, George Patten 2, Zahara Brammall 3, Valerie Brammall and Tarikui Brammall 5.   Pictures: MARK JESSER

Esk Valley orienteers Danielle Patten, Alice Patten 3, Matthew Patten, George Patten 2, Zahara Brammall 3, Valerie Brammall and Tarikui Brammall 5. Pictures: MARK JESSER

NEW families continued to flock to Esk Valley Orienteering Club’s Tour de Trevallyn series when it resumed last week.

And with another opportunity to take part today, organisers are hopeful the event will continue to keep growing in popularity.

All rounds take place in Trevallyn Reserve with last Saturday’s starting from Havenbrook Drive and today’s at Trevallyn Dam picnic grounds.

‘‘Members of the public including family groups are welcome to participate, with only casual registration required on the day,’’ organiser Val Brammall said.

Starts run between 1.30 and 3pm with courses ranging from very easy (2km) to medium (3.5km) and long (5km).

The Saturday series will finish with the rescheduled event on August 30 at Aquatic Point where the assorted winners will be awarded.

In addition to the Saturday series, EVOC will be hosting the Northern Classic state event on Sunday, August 24, using the Stephensdale property that abuts Trevallyn Reserve. Start times will be from 10am.

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