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Trailwalker India MAP & Details

  1. 1. EVENT MAP BOOKBENGALURU 10th Feb 2012 - 12th Feb 2012www.trailwalker.in
  2. 2. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoAll truly great thoughts are conceived by walking.
  3. 3. FINISH Eagelton CP 9 Near Byremandala BENGALURU CP 8 Kadasikoppa TRAIL MAP CP 7 Jakkasandra CP 6 Village Agara CP 5 Ravutanahalli CP 4 Dodduru CP 3 Air Indiappanahalli CP 2 HukundaCP 1Haroshivanahalli START Sangam - Mekedatu TRAILWALKER 100KM | TEAMS OF 4 | 48HRS
  4. 4. Photo Credit : Shankar LaxmanThe majestic and irresistible beauty of the trail fills the heart with pleasure and peace. CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS START YES YES YES ENCOURAGED *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, light snacks and fruits.
  5. 5. Welcome to Oxfam Trailwalker India 2012 The Oxfam Trailwalker India trail has been identified by Pegasus Institute of N Excellence. This map book has been prepared to guide you through the Event route, checkpoint by checkpoint. It is designed to be your primary navigational aid during pre-event training and throughout the Event weekend. Oxfam Trailwalker India is a tough event. Much of the trail covers difficult terrain and you will be exposed to the elements for many hours. It requires appropriate and committed training and START CP 1 CP 2 CP 3 CP 4 CP 5 CP 6 CP 7 CP 8 CP 9 FINISH preparation. By registering in 1000.00 Oxfam Trailwalker India, you have 900.00 accepted responsibility for your 800.00 own conduct and for the risks 700.00 Lake inherent in such a demandingHEIGHT IN FEET endurance event. 600.00 500.00 A planned approach to the Event, 400.00 adequate training, familiarity with 300.00 the route and thorough knowledge 200.00 of the Event rules and the important information contained in 100.00 the EVENT HANDBOOK will help 0.00 to minimise risk to you and your 0 9.5 19.3 31.2 46.6 56.2 64.05 70.8 78 90.3 100 team. Good luck! DISTANCE IN KM TRAIL ETIQUETTE has been consumed resulting in reduced salt levels in the SHARING THE TRAILS : Participants share the walking blood and body tissues. This is an extremely dangerous tracks used for Oxfam Trailwalker with the general public condition that can rapidly lead to a coma and may result in when training, and throughout the Event. Always respect the death. Symptoms include fatigue, nausea, headaches and requests of landowners and Villagers. Be considerate of lack of coordination. To maintain the correct hydration level, other users and give way to cattle and tractors on the Trail, drink electrolyte drinks instead of, or in addition to water. between Sangam and Bidadi. Electrolyte drinks contain salts and thereby assist in maintaining the correct salt balance in your body. During the DON’T BE A TOSSER : We ask participants and Support Event itself, make sure you are urinating at regular intervals Crew to help us make Oxfam Trailwalker India an and that it is light yellow to clear. If you are not urinating or it environmental friendly event and to ensure that all waste is dark in color, you may be dehydrated. Frequent, clear produced by this event is dealt in a responsible and colored urination can signify too high a fluid intake. If you sustainable way. When on the trail, always take your waste experience these symptoms during the Event, check with with you. Leave nothing but footprints. medical staff at the nearest checkpoint. HYPOTHERMIA : The temperature can drop dramatically SAFETY ESSENTIALS during the Event and lack of sufficient clothing or getting wet can cause hypothermia. Symptoms can include fatigue, FIRST AID : Each team is advised to carry a first aid kit, shivering, muscle spasms, clammy skin, stammering and including pressure bandages to treat injuries such as sprains, hallucinations. If you become hypothermic, change out of blisters, cuts and snake bites. Team members are wet clothes immediately, cover your head, face, neck and encouraged to learn basic first aid techniques. body with warm clothing, consume hot drinks and high calorie food to maintain body temperature and seek medical NIGHT WALKING : Walking at night requires special help at the nearest checkpoint. vigilance on the part of all team members to reduce the risk of injury. If any member of your team feels uncomfortable about HEAT EXHAUSTION : During hot weather the body’s walking at night, your team should not attempt it. internal temperature can rise resulting in heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Symptoms of heat exhaustion include DEHYDRATION : Insufficient consumption of fluids may severe thirst, muscle weakness, nausea, fast shallow result in dehydration. Symptoms include tiredness, breathing, irritability and headache. Symptoms include irritability, tight/heavy feeling muscles, headache, dry mouth severe headache, confusion, breathing difficulties, flushed and lips. hot dry skin and elevation of body temperature. If a member of your team exhibits these symptoms, find a shady area, HYPONATREMIA : It is a condition in which too much water administer frequent sips of water.
  6. 6. Photo Credit : Shankar LaxmanThe green fields and rough mountains present an awesome combination along the trail! CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 1 YES YES YES REFRAIN *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee and light snacks.
  7. 7. SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Cp1 I H G F E 3.1km D C B A Start Sangam, Mekedatu Stage Length 9.5km Check Point 1, Village School on the right, Haroshivanahalli Cumulative 9.5kmA. Start point before the entrance to MekedatuB. Forest checkpost on the left of the roadC. Katcha road branching off to the left Stay HydratedD. Katcha road rejoins the main roadE. Archway on the left leading to TeresapuraF. Passing through Village, Hegganuru DoddiG. Take the right turn, watch out for bus shelter on the leftH. Turn left, this is a mud road Exercise extreme caution whenCp 1. Check Point 1, Village School on the right, Haroshivanahalli crossing and walking off road
  8. 8. Photo Credit : Shankar LaxmanIndulging and exploring the virgin beauty of the trail is to be treasured! CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 2 YES YES YES NEUTRAL *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, light snacks and fruits.
  9. 9. H I G F E D C B A Cp1 SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 1, Village Center Haroshivanahalli Stage Length 7.35km Continue to walk towards Village Mulahalli Panchayat Office Cumulative 16.85kmA. Check Point 1, Village center HaroshivanahalliB. Turn right at Village Vadakekatte and pass through the sameC. All along a mud track RehydrateD. All along a mud trackE. Mud track rejoins the road, turn rightF. Pass through Village Nalahalli and turn right on the main roadG. Right turn towards KodihalliH. Arkavathy river crossing, continue on main roadI. Pass through Village Mulahalli Panchayat Office on the right, Exercise extreme caution whentowards Check Point 2 crossing and walking off road
  10. 10. Photo Credit : Veloscope.inJourney in tranquility and innocence of rural India! CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 3 YES YES YES ENCOURAGED *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, sandwiches and fruits.
  11. 11. J Cp3 I G E F H D C Cp2 B A SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Continue to walk towards Village Mulahalli Panchayat Office Stage Length 14.35km Check Point 2, Village School Hukunda CP 2 19.30km Cumulative 31.20km Check Point 3, Village school at AirindiappanahalliA. Pass through Village MulahalliB. Watch out for Water tank on the left of the road, continue on main road RehydrateC. Check Point 2: Village Hukunda, watch out Victoria clinic and DargahD. Pass through Village T GopahalliE. Kodihalli Village center, turn rightF. Pass through Village KodipuraG. Pass through Village Haralimara Doddi, turn right along the main roadH. Take the left fork heading to KadushivanahalliI. Pass through Village Yakkuli Exercise extreme caution whenJ. Check Point 3, Village school at Airindiappanahalli crossing and walking off road
  12. 12. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoIn every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 4 YES YES YES REFRAIN *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee and light snacks.
  13. 13. F Cp4 E D C B A Cp3 SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 3, Village School at Airindiappanahalli Stage Length 15.40km Check Point 4, Temple compound at Village Dodduru Cumulative 46.60kmA. Check Point 3, Village school at Airindiappanahalli RehydrateB. Pass through Village Puttadasana DoddiC. Watch out for road going to the right, continue straightD. Pass through Village KadushivanahalliE. Watch out for road going to the right to Thalli, continue straight Exercise extreme caution whenF. Check Point 4, Temple compound at Village Dodduru crossing and walking off road
  14. 14. Photo Credit : Shankar LaxmanNow shall I walk, or shall I ride? "Ride," Pleasure said: "Walk," Joy replied. CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 5 YES YES YES ENCOURAGED *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee and light snacks.
  15. 15. I Cp5 G H F E D C B Cp4 A SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 4, Temple compound at Village Dodduru Stage Length 9.60km Check Point 5, Village Ravutanahalli Cumulative 56.20kmA. Check Point 4, Temple compound at Village Dodduru RehydrateB. Pass through Village Tembeedi, take sharp turn to the rightC. Pass through Village KumabaradoddiD. Entering Elephant zone, sign put up by Bannerghatta National ParkE. Pass through Village Ukkada, continue straight ignore road to the rightF. Pass through Village LinganapuraG. Small Nala crossing, ignore the right turnH. Exiting Elephant zone, reservoir on the right Exercise extreme caution whenI. CheckPoint 5, Village Ravutanahalli, abandoned buildings crossing and walking off road
  16. 16. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoYour walk with Oxfam Traiwalker India has power to make millions smile… CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 6 YES YES YES REFRAIN *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, light snacks and fruits.
  17. 17. Cp6 F E D C B Cp5 SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH A 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 5,Village Ravutanahalli, abandoned buildings Stage Length 7.85km Check Point 6, Village Agara, open area Cumulative 65.95km RehydrateA. CheckPoint 5, Village Ravutanahalli, abandoned buildingsB. Pass through Village Marulavadi, Village center and bus standC. Take the road to the left heading towards JakkasandraD. Pass through Village ByregowdanadoddiE. Pass through Village Mallige Mettalu Exercise extreme caution whenF. Check Point 6, Open area in Village Agara crossing and walking off road
  18. 18. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoThe longest journey begins with a single step. CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 7 YES YES YES ENCOURAGED *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, sandwiches and fruits.
  19. 19. K Cp7 J I G H F E D Cp6 C A SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 B Check Point 6, Village Agara Stage Length 7.75km Check Point 7, Jakkasandra Village Cumulative 71.80kmA. Pass through Village Agara,Check Point 6 RehydrateB. Turn right onto narrow mud path adjoining Banana plantationsC. Turn right onto the main roadD. Ignore road to the leftE. Pass through Village T Hoasahalli, watch out for Village school on rightF. Turn left onto a mud roadG. Turn right continue on mud raodH. Turn right, continue on mud roadI. Exit mud road onto asphalted raod, turn left towards JakkasandraJ. Brick kiln factory on the left Exercise extreme caution whenK. Enter onto HH 209 at Jakkasandra Village, turn right Check Point 7 crossing and walking off road
  20. 20. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoWalking is the great adventure, the first meditation, a practice of heartiness and soul primary to humankind. CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 8 YES YES YES REFRAIN *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee and light snacks.
  21. 21. G Cp8 F E D C B A SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH Cp7 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 7, Jakkasandra Village, open area Stage Length 7.80km Check Point 8, Kadasikoppa Village School Cumulative 78.0kmA. Enter onto HH 209 at Jakkasandra Village, turn right RehydrateB. Ignore road to the leftC. Ignore road to the leftD. Turn right, Village school Hebbidara Mettalu at the cornerE. Turn leftF. Pass through Village Kumbarahalli, turn right Exercise extreme caution whenG. Check Point 8, Village school (Pink), short of Kadasikoppa crossing and walking off road
  22. 22. Photo Credit : Shankar LaxmanBliss of solitude near River Kaveri! CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS CHECK POINT 9 YES YES YES NEUTRAL *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, light snacks and fruits.
  23. 23. J Cp9 G I H F E D B C A Cp8 SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 8, Kadasikoppa Village school Stage Length 10.30km Check Point 9, Anchipura School Cumulative 90.30kmA. Check Point 8, Village school (Pink), short of KadasikoppaB. Take sharp turn to the left RehydrateC. Turn right at Village KadasikoppaD. Pass through Village KoligannahalliE. Turn right at Village K GopahalliF. Pass through VillageG. Turn right on road towards ByremandalaH. Take left fork at Village ByremandalaI. Take the left turn Exercise extreme caution whenJ. Pass through Village, ignore road to the right, Check Point 9 crossing and walking off road
  24. 24. Photo Credit : Goutham JhoWherever you will walk, we will follow you! CHECK POINT FACILITIES WHAT/WHERE FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS FINISH YES YES YES ENCOURAGED *Complimentary food and beverages include tea, coffee, sandwiches and fruits.
  25. 25. H G I F E D C B A Cp9 SCALE 1:25,000 NORTH 0 250 500 750 1000 Check Point 9, Anchipura School Stage Length 9.70km Finish, Eagleton Golf Club Cumulative 100kmA. Pass through Village, ignore road to the right, potential Check Point 9B. Pass trough Village, road curves to the left RehydrateC. Pass throguh Village, road turns to the rightD. Pass throguh VillageE. Hit the main road, turn left towards EagletonF. Pass through Village, continue straight on the roadG Watch out for the double road on the left, Toyota Industrial AreaH. Main gate to Eagleton Golf Club, turn left Exercise extreme caution whenI. Finish Point crossing and walking off road
  26. 26. OXFAM TRAILWALKER INDIA PARTNERSEVENT SUPPORT PARTNERStarted on 27th May 2004 as a social organization forenthusiastic adventurers, Bangalore Mountaineering Club hasnow become one of the most preferred club for adventurelovers.INTERNATIONAL MEDIA PARTNER The International Herald Tribune (IHT) is a premier international newspaper for opinion leaders and decision-makers around the globe. It combines the extensive resources of its own correspondents with those of The New York Times, is printed at 40 sites throughout the world and is for sale in more than 180 countries. Based in Paris since 1887, IHT is owned by The New York Times Company.HEALTHCARE PARTNERManipal Health Enterprises (MHE) is a leadinghealthcare provider, delivering quality healthcare inIndia. Manipal Hospital Bangalore is amongst the top10 multi-specialty hospitals in India and has beenrated as the best hospital in the city of Bangalore foreight consecutive years to date.SUSTAINABILITY AND TELECOM PARTNER Oxfam India and Nokia have partnered to create environmental awareness in the society on recycling. For any old phone (any brand) you recycle with Nokia, it will make a contribution towards education of a child.
  27. 27. ONLINE RETAIL PARTNER"The Outdoor Store, RacingThePlanet is the "Online RetailPartner" for the inaugural Oxfam Trailwalker India. The OutdoorStore is a global online store that specializes in lightweight,technical clothing and gear for endurance races, hiking,mountaineering and outdoor pursuits in general. They stock over250 top brands and a wide range of equipment. Plus, their staff isexperienced and enthusiastic endurance athletes as well.SUPPORTED BY An institute of excellence was set with an aim to continuously innovate and develop new learning experiences. Pegasus is a multi skilled team comprising of behavioral experts, psychologists and outdoor experts and is a vital element in the Outward Bound experience. The team has over 120 person years of organizational development consultancy and outbound program facilitation.BASIC FOOD AND BEVERAGE PARTNERNo.1 Indian Pizza Brand, U.S. Pizza is owned by UnitedRestaurants Limited, a company incorporated in India witha mandate to create a Pizza Brand. The company haspioneered the freshly baked pizza and home delivery inIndia. In 1994, U.S. Pizza, the brand was brought toBangalore at Manipal center. In 1998 it expanded byfranchising which took it to 34 cities and 12 states and todayU.S. Pizza are now ready to provide services in any part ofthe world.PHOTOGRAPHY PARTNER A bunch of biking and sports enthusiasts who are keen on photography. Started two years ago purely as pastime activity to capture our fellow riders on their bikes fighting it out every month on their saddle for the crown of Bangalore bicycle championship, it grew in to capturing all the biking action in and around the city. Today it has an arsenal of photographers who are bikers, swimmers, runners, triathletes, bodybuilders, Yoga experts. In short Veloscope == Sporting Action, Captured !!
  28. 28. NOTES TRAIL IDENTIFICATION : PEGASUS INSTITUTE OF EXCELLENCE CONCEPT AND DESIGN : PRADEEP SEBASTIAN CONTENT : PRIYANKA GUPTA LAYOUT : NEHA YADAVSPECIAL THANKS TO BRENDA WONG AND KARL LUNG FROM HONG KONG FOR AUDITING THE TRAIL
  29. 29. CHECK POINT FACILITIESWHERE DISTANCE FROM FIRST BASIC DRINKING SUPPORT START POINT AID FOOD AND WATER CREW BEVERAGES* ACCESS 0 KMSTART YES YES YES ENCOURAGED SANGAMCHECK 9.5 KM YES YES YES REFRAINPOINT 1 HAROSHIVANAHALLICHECK 19.30 KM YES YES YES NEUTRALPOINT 2 HUKUNDACHECK 31.20 KM YES YES YES ENCOURAGEDPOINT 3 AIRINDIAPPANAHALLICHECK 46.60 KM YES YES YES REFRAINPOINT 4 DODDURUCHECK 56.20 KM YES YES YES ENCOURAGEDPOINT 5 RAVUTANAHALLICHECK 65.95 KM YES YES YES REFRAINPOINT 6 AGARACHECK 71.80 KM YES YES YES ENCOURAGEDPOINT 7 JAKKASANDRACHECK 78.0 KM YES YES YES REFRAINPOINT 8 KADASIKOPPACHECK 90.30 KM YES YES YES NEUTRALPOINT 9 ANCHIPURA 100 KMFINISH EAGLETON GOLF YES YES YES ENCOURAGED CLUB
  30. 30. OUR PARTNERSEVENT SUPPORT PARTNER INTERNATIONAL MEDIA PARTNER HEALTHCARE PARTNER SUSTAINABILITY AND TELECOM PARTNERONLINE RETAIL PARTNER SUPPORTED BY BASIC FOOD AND BEVERAGE PARTNER PHOTOGRAPHY PARTNER

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