Bush Pilots Division
Toughman Challenge 2
While doing research for the next Toughman Challenge, Ron Jorgensen sent me the following list of flights to fly. After flying just half of them I was sure that I had found the next Toughman. When we suggested that the Alaska Division be renamed the Bush Pilot Division, the intent was to show that Bush Flying is not restricted to Alaska and Canada, and here is the example that I had been looking for. If you thought Challenge Nr. 1 was tough wait till you wade through this.
I must add here that we have been having troubles with some of the Adventures, they don’t work in all versions of FS, and there is not much we can do about that (similar to the aircraft problems), this adventure is for FS 2004 and FS 2002. If you find in any of the adventures that an airport is not there, just consider that Mayor Daley was there and work around it, by selecting another airport nearby.
Aircraft to be used should be a Bush Plane, Ron used a Cessna, I am not especially fond of a Cessna so I used a Beaver. The challenge is:
VNNG VNSR 2280' 03/21 Grass @ 1413' 331° @ 72 mi
VNNG VNJL 7700' 09/27 Grass @ 2203' 021° @ 78 mi
VNBW VNDP 8197' 15/33 Grass @ 1503' 340 @ 94 mi High!
VNJP VNBJ 3997' 17/35 Grass @ 1761' 066 @ 66 mi NOT easy
VNJP VNRC 1552' 03/21 Grass @ 1703' 010 @ 42 mi NOT easy
VNRB VNLD 4097' 08/26 Grass @ 1719' 355 @ 45 mi
VNRB VNTR 1697' 34/16 Grass @ 4087' 026 @ 54 mi
VNKT VNLK 9101' 07/25 Grass @ 1616' 089@ 74 mi HIGH, NOT easy
VNKT VNJS 8801' 06/24 Dirt @ 2000' 308 @ 108 mi HIGH, NOT easy
A suggestion for the last two flights, fly to VNLD then fly north up through the valleys.
We also expect you to fly the return on all flights, that is if you can.