If disconnecting the front wires is not possible for some reason, some gliders allow the apex of the control bar to be disconnected.Helix3 wrote:Actually found that instructive re how to unhook alone in gale force winds.
Quick query - is it possible to unlatch the nose wires while the wing is in whack position then flatten the wing?
If not, are there other techniques to break down a wing solo in strong winds with no wind-shadowed shelter or tie-downs available?
Thank you for your time.
Anyone ever use this site for sled glides? 5000 ft AGL launch most wings would provide about an hour of great spectacular scenery. Flying at dawn well before it gets thermic? (maybe just before dawn).Eteamjack wrote:Hanggliding is suppose to be fun!
I think next to a dumpster would be more appropriateDave Gills wrote:I like to land near a cooler in case that sort of thing happens.
Once&future,once&future wrote:1. Is there a good way to get wind reports from the valley while on launch at Walt's?
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