My Favourite Airsoft Site (A Closer Look)!

Perhaps you`ll remember some of my posts (e.g. this post or that post or perhaps this post) about airsoft sites and cool game fields in the past.

I think it`s time to bring you some more nice pictures, an exemplary panorama view plus further explanations where I spent my weekends and love to play. Due to the large dimensions and very complicated terrain, I will stick to one area where I have taken pictures, but it will give you a good idea why I like this place so much! Enjoy!

Before we start our tour, let`s talk about dimensions and terrain. Overall it is difficult terrain which makes fast actions like running and sprinting almost impossible (there have been several accident with broken bones, twisted ankles, etc.) in the past. There are few spots where it is possible, but you should be always on the lookout (especially when it is slippery in/after rain).

Dimensions are approx. 500m x 600m with a small river (during snow melt he comes a beast sometimes), a few tiny islands and constant rise/fall of the environment.

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Airsoft Site Map photo AirsoftSite_Map.jpg

The area is demanding and takes it toll during summer season when it becomes very hot and you`ll have to take a constant climb to get to good places – to defend, attack or surround your enemy (your best friend here: a good sling or weapon`s catch!).
My top downfall (around 2.5 meters) was from a rock into dense vegetation – no fun!
(I was lucky that I wore my whole protective gear that day)

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Let`s start with a nice view from the edge of *Island 5* looking at *Area 4*:

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_3.jpg

As you will imagine, crossing the river becomes often a difficult things to master if some players cover the other side and know how to defend. And besides watching out for a hail of BBs, the river becomes often a bit deep (0.5m – 0.8m).

Another photograph from a spot between *Area 1* and *Area 4* looking down to *Island 5*:

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_4.jpg

Let`s go back to *Area 4* and take a look around! This is our main bunker that we usually have to protect at all costs. The opposite side tries to get inside and kill a balloon (fierce looking airy general) dummy – a nice mission objective! 🙂

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_Bunker1.jpg

The main bunker is protected by some walls and fortifications and even smaller bunkers. Check out the pics looking from left to right (all clickable):

 photo AirsoftSiteG_5h.jpg  photo AirsoftSiteG_5i.jpg  photo AirsoftSiteG_5l.jpg

There are several good barricades to defend our main bunker (click to enlarge):

 photo AirsoftSiteG_5m.jpg

There is even a small defensive ditch with a small bridge over it – a hot point to defend! (Attention! Rushing forces breached our outer defenses – they are coming!)

 photo AirsoftSiteG_5k.jpg

My main buddy and myself (right) chilling between two games:

 photo AirsoftSiteG_1.jpg

Let`s stay in this area but let us go a few steps towards the edge near the river. First a reference pic for size comparison:
 photo AirsoftSiteG_Island2.jpg

Panorama shot (from left to right – *ISLAND 5* on the other side – click to enlarge):

 photo AirsoftSiteG_Island1.jpg   photo AirsoftSiteG_Island3.jpg   photo AirsoftSiteG_Island4.jpg

You will see a small bunker in the last pic – let`s zoom in (click to enlarge):

 photo AirsoftSiteG_5f.jpg

And what`s next to this bunker on the right sight? This tall building which often functions as an important strategic point when it comes to a (kind of) siege. The distance between this building and our main bunker (plus adjacent fortifications) is around 40-50m (which often turns out to be a hell of a firefight without anyone really moving – more like a WWI scenario: a bit of trench warfare without having real trenches… )!

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_5g.jpg

Let us leave this area and walk towards *Area 9* (click to enlarge)…

 photo AirsoftSiteG_Downwards.jpg

Another small bridge:

 photo AirsoftSiteG_2.jpg

If we follow one the many trails we got closer to a new base (click to enlarge):

 photo AirsoftSiteG_UnderUpper.jpg

 photo AirsoftSiteG_Upper.jpg

This playing area offers possibilities to climb to awesome defending positions!

 photo AirsoftSiteG_Wall.jpg

On the other hand it has some open areas – especially in spring and autumn:

 photo AirsoftSiteG_Middle.jpg

Here a few pictures showing the empty river between *Area 6* and *Area 9*:

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_River2.jpg

Check my partner for size reference of the stones (click to enlarge)!

 photo AirsoftSiteG_River1.jpg

Another shot of the river and its content: fuckin` crazy 2-3m tree stuff build ups:

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_5c.jpg

That it folks! You`ve seen 25% of the playing area and when summer kicks in and everything starts to grow, I should do another post because you`ll hardly recognize the area! This is why I love this playing field so much: different kinds of terrain and with the change of climate, the area turns from a harsh and raw terrain to a Nam-ish one… 😀

Next week I will start playing airsoft again. Yes! 😎 C-YA!

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 photo AirsoftSiteG_Mountains.jpg

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~ by geardoshit on May 12, 2013.

7 Responses to “My Favourite Airsoft Site (A Closer Look)!”

  1. Hey there

    in which country is this site??

  2. The wildest site to train and play I´ve ever seen. Lucky Boy !!! Congrats good post (like always …) Best Regards from Southern Spain

  3. The Jungle of Austria

  4. the game?

  5. Impressive. I know it’s not fashionable with such an emphasis on CQB and urban, in the UK, but woodland is still my favourite.

  6. Awesome area. Did you guys build everything yourselves? Good job.

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