Bahrometrix released freeware EDGT Bottenhorn

no thumb

Bahrometrix have put out a freeware Bottenhorn (EDGT) is a small single grass strip aerodrome north of Frankfurt, Germany.

This little grass trip’s main focus on gliders, ultra light, motor gliders, towing aircraft, gyrocopters, helicopters, para-gliders and balloon flights. The scenery also includes a sloped runway.

Scenery key features
– ORBX color-matched orthophoto 15cm / px with all seasonal variations
– Volumetric grass with seasonal variations (automatically switched over)
– Seasonal buildings and objects (automatically switch over)
– All buildings of the airfield with many details as well as static objects
– Dynamic lights with natural-looking hues (warm white)
– Slope with natural gradient, tuned to 19m mesh setting
– SODE-controlled wind objects (wind turbines and wind vane)


For a full list of features and to download this free scenery for P3Dv4, head on over to the Bahrometrix website.

Tags : BahrometrixFreewaregliderp3dv4VFR
Will Westlake

The author Will Westlake

Hi, I’m Will Westlake and I’m an avid flight simmer. I first start back with FS2004 many years ago. From there I worked up the ranks of the simulators that were on the market. In my spare time, I am a keen photographer and a passionate motorcyclist. | View My Specs