Single achievement

The Black Forest

Official achievement authored by CIVA008Jim.

The Black Forest stretches from the High Rhine in the south to the Kraichgau in the north. In the west it is bounded by the Upper Rhine Plain (which, from a natural region perspective, also includes the low chain of foothills); in the east it transitions to the Gäu, Baar and hill country west of the Klettgau. From north to south, the Black Forest extends for over 160 km (100 mi), attaining a width of up to 50 km (30 mi) in the south and 30 km (20 mi) in the north. The Black Forest is the highest part of the South German Scarplands, and much of it is densely wooded, a fragment of the Hercynian Forest of antiquity.

In ancient times, the Black Forest was known as Abnoba mons, after the Celtic deity, Abnoba. The Black Forest probably represented the border area of the Marcomanni ("border people") who were settled east of the Roman limes. They, in turn, were part of the Germanic tribe of Suebi, who subsequently gave their name to the historic state of Swabia. With the exception of Roman settlements on the perimeter (e.g. the baths in Badenweiler, and mines near Badenweiler and Sulzburg) and the construction of the Roman road of Kinzigtalstraße, the colonization of the Black Forest was not carried out by the Romans but by the Alemanni. They settled and first colonized the valleys, crossing the old settlement boundary, the so-called "red sandstone border", for example, from the region of Baar. Soon afterwards, increasingly higher areas and adjacent forests were colonized, so that by the end of the 10th century, the first settlements could be found in the red (bunter) sandstone region. These include, for example, Rötenbach, which was first mentioned in 819.

Criteria

Depart from EDSB, fly to and land at LSZH (82 NM).
Date Departure Arrival Pilot Aircraft Landing rate Distance Flight time
27JAN23 2325Z EDSB LSZH Quasar Core Cirrus Vision SF50 (SF50) -75 ft/m 95 nm 00:27 View
21JAN23 2047Z EDSB LSZH Onyxeleven Douglas DC-3 (DC3) -8 ft/m 129 nm 00:48 View
18JAN23 1414Z EDSB LSZH Tony Cummings Piper PA-44 Seminole (PA44) -62 ft/m 81 nm 00:34 View
12JAN23 0322Z EDSB LSZH Clorix Beechcraft Super King Air 350 (B350) -75 ft/m 101 nm 00:25 View
11JAN23 2350Z EDSB LSZH crunch888 Beechcraft Super King Air 350 (B350) -75 ft/m 94 nm 00:26 View
03JAN23 1825Z EDSB LSZH AlexKN De Havilland Canada Twin Otter (DHC6) -165 ft/m 83 nm 00:30 View
31DEC22 1821Z EDSB LSZH Leon Airbus A320 (A320) -308 ft/m 100 nm 00:19 View
30DEC22 2212Z EDSB LSZH Pierre Rustom Cessna Citation Longitude (C700) -105 ft/m 84 nm 00:21 View
29DEC22 1139Z EDSB LSZH John Gould Beechcraft Super King Air 350 (B350) -67 ft/m 93 nm 00:28 View
28DEC22 1722Z EDSB LSZH ALK.BRAGA.PT Airbus A320 neo (A20N) -136 ft/m 102 nm 00:22 View
22DEC22 1742Z EDSB LSZH MarioH99 Robinson R-44 (R44) -87 ft/m 85 nm 00:58 View
22DEC22 1436Z EDSB LSZH Prio Airbus A320 neo (A20N) -298 ft/m 83 nm 00:14 View
19DEC22 1352Z EDSB LSZH Mick Piper Turbo Arrow 3 (P28S) -22 ft/m 97 nm 00:44 View
10DEC22 0704Z EDSB LSZH DeviousFusion Experimental >200kts (HXC) -97 ft/m 82 nm 00:07 View
10DEC22 0659Z EDSB LSZH DawnOfAscension Cirrus Vision SF50 (SF50) -19 ft/m 118 nm 00:29 View
10DEC22 0649Z EDSB LSZH DefiantPrawn Supermarine Spitfire (SPIT) -78 ft/m 91 nm 00:21 View
10DEC22 0649Z EDSB LSZH Brian Flack Supermarine Spitfire (SPIT) -115 ft/m 82 nm 00:19 View
10DEC22 0648Z EDSB LSZH Jonathan Tom Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning 2 (F35) -91 ft/m 83 nm 00:19 View
10DEC22 0014Z EDSB LSZH Sven Lenkewitz Socata TBM-9X0 (TBM9) -95 ft/m 81 nm 00:24 View
06DEC22 1203Z EDSB LSZH Jimbo Cirrus Vision SF50 (SF50) -92 ft/m 86 nm 00:22 View