An out-of-bounds area is a feature such as a private house, a garden, a factory or another industrial area. Only contours and prominent features such as railways and large buildings shall be shown inside an out-of-bounds area. Vertical black stripes may be used for areas where it is important to show a complete representation of the terrain (e.g. when a part of the forest is out-of-bounds).
The area shall be discontinued where a path or track goes through.
Out-of-bound areas with a clear border shall be bounded by a black boundary line or another black line, if the border is unclear no black line shall occur.
Course planning symbol 709 can be used for temporary out-of bounds areas.
The vertical black stripes version of the symbol is orientated to north.
An out-of-bounds area shall not be entered.
Minimum area: 1 mm x 1 mm (footprint 15 m x 15 m).
Colour: yellow + green 50%, or black .
The definition of this map symbol was updated on 15.02.2022: Correction of minimum size.