Friday-Saturday, 28-29 December 2018
Location – Central Israel
28-Dec-2018 Menahamiya – Winter Cup Day 1
(Jordan Valley, near the Sea of Galilee)
29-Dec-2018 Ein Zur (Ein Tsur) – Winter Cup Day 2
(Coastal Plain, near Caesaria, south of Haifa)
50 NIS (~12 Euro) per event, includes SPORTident card rental
All competitors from abroad must register by submitting the REGISTRATION form.
Registration deadline: 23 December 2018.
Competition Courses & Categories
Advance registration is required for competition courses.
Actual course lengths and number of controls will be published at a later date.
Open Courses & Classes
Recreational (family) course – Day 2 only. On-site registration available, dependent upon weather conditions.
Competition Day 1: 9:00 to 11:00
Competition Day 2: 9:00 to 11:30 (approximate)
Start lists will be published several days prior to event.
Some maps will cover new terrain in familiar areas. Other maps will be recent and thorough revisions, to give competitors the best possible orienteering experience.
Scale 1:7500/1:10,000. Contours 5 meter.
All events will be organized using the SPORTident electronic punching system. Competitors who have SI cards can bring and use their own cards.
Every registered participant must sign a waiver. A parent or guardian must sign for each child under 18.
Health & Safety
ISOA will provide first-aid at each competition site. Emergency care and major hospitals are within a 30-minute drive from all competition sites. ISOA will not bear responsibility related to medical costs for participants.
Anywhere in central Israel is a convenient location for getting to the events.
Inexpensive Accommodations in Israel
Israel Youth Hostel Association – Network of guesthouses and youth hostels throughout Israel.
Field Schools – Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI). Hostel accommodations throughout Israel
Israel Hostels (ILH) – Independent Travelers’ Accommodation
Abraham Hostels – Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nazareth locations
O-Training and Travel in Israel
Israel offers a plethora of historical and religious sites, beach resorts, archaeological tourism, heritage tourism and ecotourism. The capital Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world, and is a holy city to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Tel Aviv is a cosmopolitan, cultural and financial global city. It was ranked by National Geographic in 2010 as one of the world’s ten best beaches. Israel’s different cultures and religions, its diverse landscapes, the contrasts between cities, and the mixture of European and Middle Eastern culture all combine to give tourist a rich experience.