After the enforced absence of spectators last year, we are delighted to be able to welcome you back to the forests of Dumfries & Galloway for 2022.

As with previous events we have dedicated spectator viewing zones for several of our stages.
For your safety, we encourage spectators to use these viewing areas. For more information on rally prohibited areas, please see  Prohibited Areas

Fans will have plenty of opportunity to catch the action both on and off the stages.

Regroup, Finish & Prizegiving- Moffat Town Centre: 12:00 [regroup], 16:00 [finish & prizes]

The Town Centre in Moffat will once again host the rally finish and prizegiving. New this year is that the rally will also be staging a regroup in the town centre.
Cars will begin arriving for the regroup from around 12:00 with the first cars returning for the finish and prizegiving from around 4:00pm.

 

SS 2- arnoldclark.com Castle O'er:  First Car Due 10:15

Parking is available within the forest. Approach via the B723 from Lockerbie or Eskdalemuir and turn into the forest as shown on the map. Care – this is also the competitor exit from the stage. Turn right again to the car park area. There is limited parking overlooking the stage for early birds. Please park sensibly to one side of the road. Exit the car park by the same route - please give way to competitors on your way out. The viewing area is beside the car park. Please do not attempt to cross the burn as this is a prohibited area for safety reasons.

● Please do not attempt to reach any locations other than those shown on the website.
● Please park sensibly.
● Do not obstruct public roads or access for emergency vehicles, residents and other members of the public.
● Please take all your litter home and leave the stages as you’d like to find them next year.

 

SS 5- Bob Milloy Ae: First Car Due 13:30

Arrive early for the best vantage point and parking space. Parking is at the Ae picnic area from where you can walk to the popular viewing area at a tight hairpin left. Follow the unclassified road from Ae Bridgend on the A701, keep straight on through the crossroads at Ae Village and then look out for the forestry signs to the Ae Valley car park on your right.
The area will be very busy. Please drive slowly and with caution, particularly through Ae Village. Do not use the unclassified road from Parkgate.
There is NO access at all to the Ae stage through Gubhill Farm. Anyone attempting access via this route will be reported to the police and the stage will be cancelled.

  • Please do not attempt to reach any locations other than those shown on the website.
  • Please park sensibly.
  • Do not obstruct public roads or access for emergency vehicles, residents and other members of the public.
  • Please take all your litter home and leave the stages as you’d like to find them next year.

 

SS 6- Jacqueline Mack Rivox: First Car Due 15:40

Access to the spectator area is off the B7076, 2.6 miles north of A74(M) Junction 15/A701. This venue gives extended and close up views of the cars through a fast section towards the end of the stage.

The B7076 must not be obstructed. Park only on the northbound side and as far onto the verge as you can. There is no vehicle access to the stage and strictly no vehicle access or parking on the road past Middlegill and Cloffinburn. Any spectator vehicles accessing this road will result in stage cancellation.

It is just over a half of a mile to walk (including a steep climb at the end) from the public road but is worth it. Please follow the instructions of the marshals at the stage crossing point.

Sorry, but this viewing area and the access route to it are not suitable for anyone of limited mobility, nor for push chairs or similar.

  • Please do not attempt to reach any locations other than those shown on the website.
  • Please park sensibly.
  • Do not obstruct public roads or access for emergency vehicles, residents and other members of the public.
  • Please take all your litter home and leave the stages as you’d like to find them next year.