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Hawaii Slope Sites

This page contains summarys and links to information about slope soaring sites and pilots from the state listed above.



Hawaii - Waihe'e slope soaring
Posted by Duane Asami on Aug 26, 2002, 19:14
Waihe'e is a great place to learn to fly aileron ships, but the landings are rough. If you are learning, bring a foamie here. If you are flying something expensive, go to Maluhia. If you're a hot pilot and can land a balsa or glass plane on a small, rough hill, this is a great place to fly.



Hawaii - Polipoli slope soaring
Posted by Duane Asami on Aug 26, 2002, 19:11
Polipoli is Maui's "Bunny-slope". It is the place to fly if you're learning to fly something slow like a Gentle Lady. It's also a great place if you're interested in lazing in the sun flying a gentle gas-bag like the Lady or the Olympic II.



Hawaii - Pauwela slope soaring
Posted by Dennis Asami on Aug 26, 2002, 19:04
Pauwela is the spot for hot-planes and hot-pilots. Small, fast and maneuverable are the watch words on this coastal slope. Timid flyers and newbies need not apply. Come back when you feel the need to take it to the limit.



Hawaii - Maluhia slope soaring site
Posted by Duane Asami on Aug 26, 2002, 19:00
Maluhia is a great place for big planes, for F3Bs, F3Js and expensive glass-slippers that need a lot of room to land. The lift is great, but far out so small planes get hard to see. The landing area is huge and almost anything will fly here.




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