Here you’ll find downloads to all the tools/tutorials we are distributing from this site and some landscapes created with the same tools.  You’ll find an explanation of these items and any documentation/tutorial info by visiting either the Tools or Tutorials pages.

Tools & Tutorials




The follow high resolution photo-realistic landscapes were developed using the tutorials & tools from our site. They are compatible with Condor2, just unpack in your C:\Condor2\Landscapes folder. (Listed in reverse alphabetical order by State/Country)

We’re happy to create a free landscape of your Club’s local flying area, just complete this form.

You can also find a large collection of sceneries at the Condor Club website.  Click on the stamp image to see the tile coverage. If you’d like us to post one of yours, just let us know!

  • Fly the United States Air Force Academy – 24 tiles. Covers Colorado Springs, the Academy, and west into the mountains.  This is the landscape used in their Mach 0.1 simulator training (they usually solo in 12 rides).   USAFA Airmanship Program
    Notes: Your takeoff point is a paved runway, starting in the middle.  The landing area is the green AstroTurf just to the west.  It is called the SPLA (Sail Plane Landing Area).  It is divided into numbered lanes, and gliders are cleared by the tower for a specified lane.Interested in how they train?   A copy of a past Syllabus and Basic Soaring Manual.     Here is the old usafa3 landscape.
  • Fly Texas (Central Area/Littlefield) – 30 tiles. Covers some pretty flat territory.  From Clovis in the northwest down to Levelland in the southeast.  This area of the country is used by the USAF Academy for cross country training.


  • Fly Sweden – 24 tiles. A nice landscape for Southern Sweden centered around the former military Ljungbyhed airport.  Used by the Ljungbyheds Flygklubb.


  • Fly New York (Western/Elmira) – 16 tiles. The home of Soaring in the United States.   Harris Hill Soaring Corporation
    Notes: Takeoff is normally to the north.  The paved runway is shorter than actual. At Harris Hill it has quite a slope and Condor requires runways be at one elevation (so it was cutoff to blend with the terrain).  Also, Harris Hill is located within Class D airspace for the Elmira Commercial airport (which has passenger jet traffic).  The ‘red’ lines you see delimit the area where gliders may operate without contacting the tower (they help as a visual reference).

    Harris Hill XC-1 – 49 tiles.  A special scenery used for XCountry training, minimal airport details.

    Fly Harris Hill <-> Dansville – 30 tiles. A combined scenery allows you to practice a X-country between both airports.


  • Fly England – 16 tiles. A scenery for the Essex Gliding Club, northeast of London.  They have an impressive club built simulator using projectors and a realistic cockpit environment.