|Oct 21, 2009, 12:47 PM|
Places To Slope In The Lehigh Valley Area
Looking For Places To Slope Around The Lehigh Valley Area. I Have Had Permission To Slope At Blue Mtn. But I Am Limited To A West Wind. Doe's Anyone Know Of Any Other Spots In The Area?
|Oct 22, 2009, 08:36 PM|
We have a couple places to slope soar within an hour or so of Lehigh Valley. My two favorites are Blue Mountain ski area for a North wind, and the pipeline in NJ for a North West wind. Check out the website linked below.
|Oct 26, 2009, 07:09 PM|
HI DALE i'am the tattoed combat guy from the club. I am just out there picking brains for other spots like up around palmerton. see you at the field.
|Oct 29, 2009, 12:26 PM|
Joined Dec 2003
I live in Lake Hauto - south of Hazelton -- 8 miles NW of Lehighton.
I've tried to find old culm slopes, but young trees on the slopes and top are beginning to make landing difficult.
I have numerous LARGE scale ships and prefer a safe LZ.
Just south of Tamaqua on 309 (behind the Hess station) there is a large (500 ft) slope facing NW, old strip mine. Small shrubs.
Eagles, hawks, and buzzards use it all the time. Yea, I know they do not have a manditory landing.
Also the sister slope behind the Tamqua HS. You can land down by the athletics fields.
Looking for TD flying buddies in local area also. I have lots of TD ships and Woody TD ships.
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