Leading athletes from around the world will use the
Agreement has also been reached to create a campsite at
As well as providing a safe and secure site for Scottish6Days competitors the facilities of the nearby Inverness Leisure Centre will also be made available, while the campsite is close to
The campsite will also have its own facilities in place including a marquee with a licensed bar, catering facilities and a full social programme.
WOC2015 will be based in
Well over 5000 spectators and participants are expected at what will be a festival of world orienteering, drawing participants and visitors from around 50 nations.
Held for one week from August 1, championship events will be held throughout the
The Scottish6Days events will be held in Keppernach, Darnaway and Glen Strathfarrar, with the final day staged at Glen Affric.
Scottish6Days spokesman Colin Matheson said: "The campsite will be established on a pleasant, flat and well drained site.
"Parking will be adjacent to the main camping areas which will include mixed, family, quiet and youth areas. Buses will run from the campsite to events every day from Saturday, August 1 through to Saturday, August 8."
Campsite bookings through the Scottish6Days entries system will be available very shortly.
Registration for the Scottish6Days as well as the WOC office will be established at
The arrangements represent a change in the original planning for the event, with Colin Matheson saying: "We apologise to anyone who has been inconvenienced by the change of venue. The campsite is on an attractive riverside location and within easy walking distance of
WOC2015 Director Paul McGreal said: "
"We are particularly delighted to be able to site our Event Centre at