Scenery Developer Frank Dainese has announced Ten Peaks Park Canada, which is being developed in partnership with Fabio Bellini for X-Plane 11.
Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini are known for their highly detailed renditions of exotic and mountainous flying destinations for X-Plane. Over the last several years, they have released a slew of highly regarded mountain scenery, such as Torres del Paine National Park, Brenta Dolomites 3D, Everest Park 3D, and 3D Matterhorn Park.
The duo’s new project is a representation of the Valley of the Ten Peaks, located in Banff National Park Alberta, Canada. It features locations such as Moraine Lake and Lake Louise, as well as the scenic line of peaks the valley is named after.
The announcement came via a post to the X-Plane 11 Facebook group, which included brand new preview images of Ten Peaks Park, as well as some important information regarding features and a releases timeline.
According to the post, the scenery will feature water-runways, with the capability to fly from lake to lake, and will be available early 2021.
While we wait for more information about Ten Peak Park, you can check out Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini’s latest scenery release, K2 Karakorum UHD on x-plane.org here.