Author Topic: The Western Chugach - Part 1: From Seward to Summit Lake (52Z) Now Available!  (Read 2530 times)

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If you have ever wanted to fly low and slow above one of those beautiful, rustic tourist spots in the Alaskan mountains that feature camping, fishing, hiking and advanced seaplane training and, at the same time, be able see almost every little settlement, local store, trail and major creek in the area, then The Western Chugach - Part 1 is for you.   

Carter lake Trail in the Western Chugach (Note: Pictures in this post taken with FTX Trees HD)



Landing at Lawing Airport]



The Western Chugach - Part 1 adds isolated enhanced areas of true-to-life scenery that begin at Mile Marker 13.5 along the Seward Highway heading North from Seward, Alaska and end at Mile Marker 46.0 which is just above the Summit Lake SPB (52Z).   The terrain and object improvements stretch up to 5 miles on each side of the highway and include trails, campgrounds, homes, commercial areas, the town of Moose Pass (home of Alaska Float Ratings) and the vehicles and people that populate the area.  The scenery package includes detailed maps identifying the points of interest along this part of The Seward Highway.

Moose Pass



Moose Pass in Winter



Float Training at Moose Pass



The Western Chugach - Part 1:  From Seward to Summit Lake (52Z)  is the first part of a four-part scenery series, built on top of ORBX SAK, that features super-detailed Alaskan wilderness scenery based on real-life aerial views along the major roads in the Western Chugach:   The Seward Highway, The Hope Highway and the eastern part of the Sterling Highway.

Living in Alaska



You can find The Western Chugach - Part 1 in the RTMM scenery library under "T".

Click on the link below to view The Western Chugach - Part 1 video by Robert Pomerleau.

https://vimeo.com/125477404

More information on this scenery series is also available in this post:

http://forum.mistymoorings.com/index.php?topic=2571.0

Have fun,
Rod Jackson

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Great Link, love the video,  ... great Scenery Package. We can spend lots of time exploring this one!

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Western Chugach is simply amazing. Thanks so much to Rod for creating this jewel.
It's an excellent place for the low and slow flyers.
I can't wait for getting the next parts ....

Love the video!! Great job Robert!
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Thanks Doug and Klaus.

Thought I would take a break before starting Part 2 but I am sure I won't be able to stay away for long.

Rod

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Rod,
when your ready the team will be there to test the next great piece of Chugach.   ;D ;)
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Later,

Spud

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Thanks for the beautiful scenery Rod, and thanks Robert for yet another video.  I will be looking for that guy in the boat, heh heh.  I look forward to checking out the roads on my ATV also.  Thanks again.  ;)

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Rod, simply beautiful. I enjoy it immensely. Thanks for making it!

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Thanks Spud, Jeff and RobdeVries,

Rod

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Hey Rod,

I'm really enjoying the Western Chugach.  Thanks so much for all your hard work to "fill it out" for us! 

I took a few snaps when exploring last weekend and wanted to share them.  The trip also allowed me to make a quick side flight over to West Swan Lake cabin.  I love that little valley.


Thanks again!
Michael



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Hi Michael,

Nice pics!   I am glad you are enjoying the area!

Rod