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New Mexico Slopes

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



Northwestern New Mexico Sloping Near Chama
Posted by L.P. How on Aug 24, 2007, 12:56
L.P. How sent in this site in he Northwestern corner of New Mexico just outside of Chama.

He says  "Great landing area and my longest flight so far is over an hour with my Philip 600 e-powered hotliner. In the fall the color is beautiful not to mention surprising the train buffs with an airshow at one of the most beautiful spot in NM.



San Antonio Mountain in Northern New Mexico
Posted by Ezra (Edited by Greg) on Mar 28, 2007, 21:35
Ezra sent in info and some pix about a slope in Northern New Mexico called San Antonio Mountain. I did a bit of checking and the summit is at 10,000 and sits 2100 feet above the surrounding land.




Sloping in New Mexico near Bernalillo
Posted by Richard Shagam on Sep 7, 2002, 00:28
A lava mesa suitable for flying foamies and other disposable aircraft in S to WNW winds. Top of cliff is about 150 ft above reservoir.




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