New Photorealistic scenery of Harris Hill, Elmira, NY, US and Mifflin, Reedsville, Pennsylvania, US
Harris Hill is known as the Capital of soaring in the United States and is the location of the US National Soaring Museum. The area is very similar to the Wasserkuppe in Germany and is immediately south of the Finger Lakes of New York State. This scenery reaches from North of the Finger Lakes to South of Williamsport, PA, where the Mifflin scenery picks up.
Mifflin is the site of some of the best ridge soaring in the Eastern United states and the site of many national records. The ridges of the Appalachian mountains reach from Northern Pennsylvania all the way down into northern Alabama. This scenery reaches from northern Pennsylvania south just below Washington, D.C. and encompasses some of the Shenandoah valley. It was inspired by the terragen Mifflin scenery that is popular for Condor. I wanted a photorealistic version.
Both sceneries are available in either SD (4096px) or HS (8192px). The Harris Hill HD scenery has additional scenery detail and objects around the Harris Hill gliderport.