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Oregon Slope Sites

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

Table Rock, Oregon
Posted by Chris Erikson on May 17, 2006, 00:07
Table Rock is a pint sized and remarkably symmetrical extinct volcanic cone, with a summit elevation of 5621’. It stands roughly 1000’ higher than the surrounding desert in a setting isolated from any nearby hills or peaks, which results in a unique and spectacular appearance. It’s classic and distinctive shape can be seen for many miles in any direction.

Crane Mountain, Oregon
Posted by Chris Erikson on Oct 13, 2005, 12:38
Chris Erikson sent in this report about Crane Mountain. It is a former lookout site at 8347’ in south central Oregon, a few miles from Lakeview. This enormous ridge consists of a single narrow ridgeline at least 2000’ taller than the surrounding peaks.

Washington Slope 90 Minutes from Portland
Posted by Eric Molstead on Mar 26, 2004, 23:10

This fine flying site is located in Southwestern Washington is about 90 minutes from Portland. The site features relatively easy road access, great lift, and decent landing zones. The ridge can be flown in west or east winds, although I personally prefer winds from the east at this location
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Cape Blanco State Park
Posted by Al the Bag Lady on Jun 5, 2003, 10:13
Made famous in such classic soaring videos as Lift Ticket this is a great spot on the coast of Oregon. There is a DS groove here and pilots from all over attend several events each year.

Oregon Sloping at the Snake River
Posted by Al the Bag Lady on Sep 7, 2002, 10:49

Joseph, OR North East Oregon on the Washington, Idaho border. Snake River Canyon (Hat Point) 6,000 foot drop to the river Best place for thermal lift in the world. Just ask Will Byers of S&E modeler.

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