The terrain is relatively flat but varied, with rolling hills and large fields. Around one third of the district is covered by forests of different character, one third with cultivated fields, and the last third with meadows and fallow land.There are also many large and small areas of wetland, all of which make up an ideal biotope for Siberian roe deer.
The hunt is a blend of stalking, lying in wait and drives in a 4WD vehicle. Roe deer are generally more widely dispersed than in Europe, so because of the large distances involves you should be prepared for some driving.
The hunting is always with 1:1 guiding, and places are available for up to 5 hunters on a single district at the same time.