The descriptions in this site guide of flying conditions to be expected reflect the experience of the authors of the guide. The conditions that you encounter at the site may differ from those encountered by the authors. The descriptions of their experiences may not be relevant to the likely experience of any other pilot, particularly one who is relatively inexperienced or new to the site. A decision to launch is always that of the individual pilot. In reaching a decision a pilot may wish to take into account the descriptions in this site guide but must also consider numerous other factors including the pilot’s training and experience, familiarity with the site, equipment, physical and mental condition and the specific conditions in existence at the time of the decision. Pilots of relatively little experience or who are new to the site are urged to consult with other pilots at the site to obtain their assessment of the conditions.
The most frequently used flying sites are Pine Mountain and Pine Ridge. The other three flying sites listed below are flown less frequently.