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Idaho Slope Sites

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

Kepp’s Crossing Overlook Slope Site - Idaho Slope Soaring Site
Posted by Cory Dennert on May 11, 2007, 13:00
Cory sent in this great report on a slope soaring spot in Southeast Idaho. He says Idaho Falls is at the eastern end of the Snake River Plain. This plain is oriented generally in line with the jet stream in spring and fall, which helps produce our winds.

Idaho Slope Flying Site
Posted by David Johnson on Jun 29, 2004, 20:18
David is in Rexburg, in eastern Idaho. North of Idaho Falls. Here is his report on a nice slope on public (BLM) land. It's a bit of a trek on unmaintained
dirt roads, so you'll need a vehicle with good ground clearance.

The Slope Near Emmett, ID
Posted by Mike Goldston on Feb 14, 2003, 20:43

The land-owner of this site has developed the only suitable landing area which makes it suitable for foamie only, or planes which might tolerate rough landing. For the most part this wonderful site lost.

I fly slope almost exclusively as there is a very good one just 15 minutes from my home which is 20 miles west of Boise. I would be happy to direct you and others to the local slope. As I often fly alone there, the company would be appreciated.

Pictures from the Emmett Slope
Posted by Mike Goldston on Feb 14, 2003, 20:39
More pix from Mike!

Sloping in Idaho with Mike
Posted by Mike Goldston on Sep 1, 2002, 22:44

I fly slope almost exclusively as there is a very good one just 15 minutes from my home which is 20 miles west of Boise

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