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Release date - Scenery name
|Total downloads||File size||Support scenery maker(s)|
|LEM Bahia (Aug. 10th, 2017)||189||1.08 GiB|
|Due to its unique geographic location, Bahia offers the best weather conditions in the World for long cross country flights in the period between mid-August and mid-October. During this peak season, the cloud bases are typically between 10,000 to 14,000 feet ASL, which is the kind of weather I experienced. Some years there are more blue days, but on those the thermals tops can be even higher, up to 16,000 feet ASL. The thermals typically produce between 5 and 8 knots lift, but it is not unusual to find 10 knots or more. My best one was a 14 knot boomer! Because of the closeness to the Equator (LEM’s latitude is 12° South), the wind in the convective layer is almost always from the East, with the strength anywhere from 5 to 25 knots. The average maximum daily temperature in September is around 34 °C, while the relative humidity is usually between 10 and 30%, making the heat quite bearable.|
The rest of the year is also flyable; however, during the rainy season which lasts from mid-October until April, the cloud bases are lower and isolated CB’s develop every afternoon. On the flip side, the lift is generally stronger than during the dry season and the thermals are spaced closer together, allowing for some very fast and fun flying.
During the peak mid-August to mid-October season the days with non-soarable weather are extremely rare, although I did experience one day with overcast skies that didn’t clear until late in the afternoon.
The terrain around LEM is a plateau at around 2,500 feet ASL, generally flat with many cultivated fields suitable for out-landing. About 60 km West of LEM lies the border between Bahia and the neighboring Tocantins province. Once inside Tocantins, the terrain drops to about 1,500 feet ASL and becomes mildly undulating and covered with dwarf trees and wild shrubbery. In Tocantins there are very few places to land and not many roads for retrieval. However, the weather in Tocantins tends to be somewhat better than in Bahia, so a good strategy seems to be to first go West and cross about 20 km into Tocantins before turning North or South for the second leg of the triangle. You can then continue flying inside Tocantis, parallel to the Tocantins-Bahia border in excellent weather, but still close enough to the landable terrain in Bahia. The last leg-and-a-half is flown in Bahia.
|Maroc NW (June 25th, 2017)||269||373.25 MiB|
|Textures part 1 on 3||756.81 MiB|
|Textures part 2 on 3||832.51 MiB|
|Textures part 3 on 3||735.46 MiB|
|Maroc NW scenery offers a variety of coast lines, deserts and mountains in high resolution.|
36 airfields and numerous 3D objects.
|Formosa Br (June 25th, 2017)||162||717.51 MiB|
|Formosa - a city in midwest of Brasil, near Brasilia - is a good place for real glider flight.|
|Fil de Loire (May 18th, 2017)||235||787.91 MiB|
|New extended version of Au fil de Loire, photorealistic textures in 4096*4006|
|SAHR (May 12th, 2017)||111||509.36 MiB|
|Textures part 1 on 5||381.13 MiB|
|Textures part 2 on 5||668.50 MiB|
|Textures part 3 on 5||668.51 MiB|
|Textures part 4 on 5||660.93 MiB|
|Textures part 5 on 5||839.31 MiB|
|This is a photo-realistic, training scenery for the Club de Planeadores General Roca (General Roca soaring club), home-based at Arturo Illia airport, near General Roca, RN in north path of the Patagonia, Argentina. SAHR is the OACI airport code for this airport.|
This is a semi-desert zone with an irrigate land around Negro river and others. From September to March there are strong conditions (someday more than 5m/s) and easily 3000m to 4000m of ceiling. This zone is not good for outlanding. There are a few places selected for it in our wp database. Or we can use some route.
|Greece 3 v1.1 (April 28th, 2017)||357||287.18 MiB|
|Patch 1.0 -> 1.1|
New objects and Turn points, new XCSoar map, textures fixed, new thermal map
|Texture part 1 on 3||843.10 MiB|
|Texture part 2 on 3||889.70 MiB|
|Texture part 3 on 3||679.26 MiB|
|Greece 3 v1.1 is a new version of the scenery, with enhanced landscape in high resolution, 66 airfields and numerous 3D objects.|
|CVV-IPUA (Brazil) (April 11th, 2017)||186||259.63 MiB|
|CVV-IPUA is a gliding club located in São Paulo, Brazil|
4096x4096 resolution for glider training.
|K2 (March 29th, 2017)||274||449.94 MiB|
|Textures part 1 on 3||649.67 MiB|
|Textures part 2 on 3||591.28 MiB|
|Textures part 3 on 3||646.72 MiB|
|K2, Qogori or Chogori|
The Karakoram Range, the last Alpine Frontier.
At the beginning of the 21st century, only some paragliders dared to fly over the Karakoram range, flying over Hunza Valley, Hushe Valley, Indus Valley, etc., and some of them finished their trek in jail by lack of administrative papers.
Few crazy paragliders started from the summit of K2, Broad Peak, Nanga Parbat, and Gasherbrum for a short and frightening flight.
The 23rd of July 2016, the paraglider Antoine Girard, during a flight of 120 km starting from Paju, flew over the Baltoro Glacier to Concordia, then reach the top of the Broad Peak (8157 m) and finished after a final glide of 70 km, nearby the Shyok Valley.
At high altitude, oxygen is mandatory and 2 tasks' templates, with one Turn Point with maxi altitude set to 10000 m, are added for each airport. This Turn Point can be duplicated.
And don’t forget to get the virtual inner-line permits to fly over these strategic and disputed borders, between China, India and Pakistan.
So go and take a glance to the K2 Read me.
Have fun, and happy landing!
|Valencia Madrid (March 14th, 2017)||293||329.04 MiB|
|Textures part 1 on 3||968.87 MiB|
|Textures part 2 on 3||948.90 MiB|
|Textures part 3 on 3||944.34 MiB|
|Fly over Valencia and Madrid but also above Castellon, Alicante, Cuena Teruel, Guadalajara, Toledo, Ciudad...|
|Camino Frances (March 1st, 2017)||288||517.08 MiB|
|Textures part 1 on 3||974.79 MiB|
|Textures part 2 on 3||961.43 MiB|
|Textures part 3 on 3||946.51 MiB|
|Camino Frances is an HD scenery of cordillera Cantabriqua and covers North-west area of Spain, north of Portugal and a part of France.|
Its name comes from spanish trails used by pilgrims to go to Santiago de Compostela, before burning theirs used clothes on Cabo Fisterra rocks, westernmost point of Europe.