Long Final race – Lovasberény

This is a hilly area between 200-350 m asl. The steeper parts are located farther away from the arena. The terrain was partly formed by erosion, the valleys are deeper in the hilly areas. There are also small hills and some man-made pits in the terrain. Vegetation is oak forest with different shades of green and some open parts, but the forested area is dominant. Some ground vegetation. There are many granite boulders, 1 to 3 metres high, in one part of the terrain. Steep valley sides feature rocks and cliffs, but most of the terrain is not rocky. Firm ground, no marshes. Runnability is mostly limited, ideal for route-choice orienteering. The area close to the finish has particularly good runnability. Visibility is mostly limited. Visibility is better in the steep hillsides and close to the finish area. Average track density.

Map: ISOM 2017-2 standard, scale 1:10,000 / 1:7,500, contour interval 5 m. An old FootO map from 1996 and 1998 and an old MTBO map from 2019 are available from here. New survey in March-August 2020, updates May 2021.