Ahmet once again opens the door.
Once again, the party finds themselves some 18 feet in the air, above the top of a hill. The vegetation is somewhat similar to the 2nd Opening ... but where before oak dominated, now it is chestnut trees and maples; there are still a great many aspen. Where before there were firs, now there are fat spruce, with the occasional cedar. The forest is thinner, too, and there is more water visible than there was before. The hill is no more than 50 to 75 feet in height, and the party can see fens with hay at the bottom of the slope.
The landscape is yet lush, and in the full colors of autumn. The aforementioned hay is brown, as is most of the undergrowth you can see ... this seems somewhat further into the autumn than Germany, or the forest scene before. But that could be a matter of being further north.
Once again, it is full day, but for the first time, it is overcast. There's the hint that it might rain. Janos tells you that he can smell the sea - the salt is blowing in upon the wind, which comes from the left of the doorway. Janos can also attest to quite a great deal of humanoid traffic - marks upon trees, places where they've been cut from the forest, and even a broken cart he points out, nearly hidden by the trees across from the deluged hay meadow.
No one can be certain where you are - none have any experience with it.
It takes Ermeth to point out that something has changed about the walls of the room. If you look intently at one place, you begin to believe you can actually see through the wall into the world outside - you cannot gain any detail of that world, but you are quite convinced the room has gained a certain "translucent" quality.