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Backing a sweeping bay this area comprises dunes with mixed visibility and with flatter inland areas of variable runnability, but always a joy underfoot. There are ample line features for the less technical courses. If all goes to plan competitors will be able to visit the little used west end beside the military base which will offer a superb assembly area.
For a good look at the terrain you should watch this YouTube film by two local Moravian Orienteers. It was made to promote Orienteering and to make it more well known, ‘cooler’ if you may by adding a twist of freerunning and parkour to it! The idea behind the video is where one competitor is dreaming about the race the next day and fantasizing about what it’ll be like. View on YouTube.
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