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Montana Slope Sites

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



Bear Tooth Highway West Summit, 10,947 feet!
Posted by Greg Smith on Jul 1, 2004, 20:47

The West Summit of the Bear Tooth Pass is at 10,947 feet. What a view! Actually, everything from this point is down so slopes exist all over. The two I flew were just a couple of the many available.



Beartooth Pass Montana Slope Spot, Rock Creek Vista
Posted by Greg Smith on Jun 29, 2004, 22:21
Whenever I am out west on vacation I usually find a way to get to Beartooth Pass. The road between Red Lodge, Montana and the NE gate of Yellowstone Park. On this trip I had several slope planes along and tried several slope spots on the drive. This one describes the Rock Creek Vista overlook.



Slope Flying near Red Lodge, Montana
Posted by Greg Smith on Jun 29, 2004, 09:29
Red Lodge, Montana is known as the Gateway to Yellowstone Park and is the northern town at the beginning the beautiful Bear Tooth Highway. It is a true western town that happens to have some great slolping nearby as well as a lot to offer a family on vacation.



Montana Slope Soaring in Missoula
Posted by Jim Crook on Sep 7, 2002, 00:19
Jim Crook flies a local hill and is looking for traveling slopers to stop by and fly with him.




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