Welcome to the Tiroler Hochgebirge

Version 2.0
– new textures
– Grass problem solved
– new trees
– Train removed
– various objects adapted
– Grass and heulager installed on the farm
– Forest has been extended
– and much more.

The map is based on the landscape of Tyrol and has also been built as naturally as possible. I hope you feel comfortable on the map. The map is more suitable for small farmers who want to run cattle and want to do some farming. But also for forestry the map is something. There is very much forest that can be cleared.

General information:
Location: Tyrol / South Tyrol
Fruits: Standard fruits of the LS17
Animals: cows, sheep, chickens, pigs
Fields: 7 fields from 0.80 ha to 4.0 ha
Meadows: any number of meadows of different size and inclination
Forests: a few hectares with thousands of trees
It is a natural area with two villages (Sankt Martin Sankt Leonhard), a realistic nature, a lot of beautifully designed and detailed mountain farms, a small biogas plant in Sankt Leonhard and much more …

Special features of the card:
Realistic landscape
A lot of forest
Mist sale at the biogas plant St. Leonhard

Mapper: Südtirolerbauer
Gebäude: Südtirolerbauer, Sebastian (Südtirol Modding), Fatian (Strassenpaket)
Script: Südtirolerbauer
Idee / Konzept: Südtirolerbauer
Tester: Südtirolerbauer
Sonstige: Südtirol Modding

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