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MegaSceneryEarth Pictorial Flight - Klamath Falls (KLMT) > Toketee (3S6) > Oakridge (5S0)


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#1 Dean (PC Aviator)

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 12:47 AM

Here's my pictorial guide to a nice 35-40 minute flight from Klamath Falls > Toketee > Oakridge state in Oregon.

 

Scenery: MegaSceneryEarth 2.0 Oregon Complete State

Aircraft: Carenado Beech Baron 58

Clouds/Weather: REX Essentials Plus w/ Overdrive

 

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Departing Klamath Falls

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Heading Northwest over Upper Klamath Lake
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Looking southwest. Plenty of variety in land type here
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Rustler Peak out in the distance
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Aspen Butte, and the Mountain Lakes Wildlife Area
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Just past the Northern end of Upper Klamath Lake
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Super-crisp ground textures as we head toward Crater Lake
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A look back behind us to Pelican Butte and Mount McLoughlin
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Crater Lake is very hard to miss!
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Mount Scott on the Eastern side of Crater Lake
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Line of tree clearing are evident below and behind the aircraft
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Diamond Lake out at the 3 O'Clock position in the distance
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Approaching Toketee (3S6) with a view looking West
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Descending for a left turn to short final at Toketee
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Boulder Creek Wilderness Area out in front
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Final approach to Toketee State (not a lot there!)
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Toketee Falls and small town of Clearwater below
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Final approach to Oakridge State, which is on the ridge just behind the township
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And landed at Oakridge (default FSX runway has wrong direction!)
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All in all, a very nice flight with plenty to see. The approaches are not difficult and I had no problem getting the Baron in and out of each airport.

Add this route to your next flight plan!


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Posted 14 February 2014 - 11:01 AM

Lovely shots there, Dean. I was transported!

 

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#3 Dean (PC Aviator)

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 12:00 PM

Thanks Gibbo. I really enjoyed getting back into the sim for a non-stop flight after a bit of an absence. Usually I am just in the sim for 5 mins to check on a customer issue or find an answer to a problem, and then out.

 

Tonight I am going to fly over the border back into Northern California and do some exploring there, and then over the weekend, scoot over to Montana where the mountain scenery is even more stunning!

 

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Posted 14 February 2014 - 02:00 PM

I remember it being just like that when I was working, Dean. It really does get in the way of all the important stuff, like flying for instance.

Enjoy your cockpit time this weekend. :D

 

 

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