This seed spawns you in the swamp next to a set of extreme hills. Nearby underground you can find an abandoned mineshaft to explore. Then not too far away in the middle of a roofed forest, you can find a village. Start by turning around and going to the cave in the middle of the trees at -9 / 61 / 203.
You have to do quite a bit of traveling to get to the features on this seed, but it’s worth it because your journey will lead you straight to a village with a blacksmith, a mostly-buried temple, a second temple full of gold, and a bonus plains village. All of those structures mean this northeast journey is full of treasure.
One of biggest new features in the 1.11 Minecraft update is the addition of another generated structure called a woodland mansion. These are huge houses with two to three floors, many rooms, and even a few hidden secrets. It’s not unusual for these to spawn 10,000+ blocks away from the spawn. That’s why having one only a 1,000 blocks away from the spawn is so great even though it sounds far.
This seed has two polar opposite biomes, mesa and ice plains. Each has its own benefits and formations, and the fact the mesa is a rare biome make this seed even better. Between the two, there are plenty of things to explore.
You’ll notice as you look at the two biomes, there’s a thin line of sand separating the two. Even though it’s very small, it’s still labeled as a desert. It acts as a border between the two biomes. Pick a side to explore first.
From the moment you spawn on this seed, things seem to come in Jurassic proportions. You can find huge mushrooms in roofed forests. There’s also an extreme hills biome full of snow and tall peaks. However, the most Jurassic part of this seed sits beneath the ground. There you’ll find a rare fossil.