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The Tóti-hegy (Tóti hill) is one of the famous basalt hills of the Balaton Uplands National Park. There are no trees on its top so you really can enjoy the panorama.
The rocks are dangerous! The hill is in the protected area of the National Park!
It is suggested to start the walk in Salfold at N 46° 50.180' E 17° 32.985' 145 m where you can park and can visit the animal farm of the National Park. From here you should follow the green marked path until N 46° 50.065' E 17° 31.375' 270 m where a path marked with green triangle starts. On the path marked with green triangle you can reach the peak of the hill (N 46° 50.195' E 17° 31.275' 345 m). It is about 3 km from Salfold to here.
The cache (15x10x5 cm) is about 20 m from the peak between small trees, under a flat stone. Please, after logging hide it in the same way.
Have a nice day! VP
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum