If unsure, check with one of the club coaches before flying.
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Walk across the field to the slope, but not too far forward if you want to clear the hedge in front of take off. You should roughly be facing the Great Mewstone and should aim to clear the hedge between the two small tree clumps. Keep on lots of speed to get through any rotor from the hedge.
Top landing is usually in the field behind launch or across the road in the field belonging to Maker Camp. Have a good look before you take off because it has wire fences to avoid.
None for Hang gliders
Paragliders may be able to land crosswind in the long field at the bottom of the cliff, running from below launch towards Kingsand- be careful, the field slopes towards the sea -check it out before you fly
No Bottom Landing for Hangliders.
Beware of being sucked into the gulley immediately to the right (west) of launch.
Past Millbrook on the B3247 and turn off for Kingsand. Go down the hill for half a mile, then at the junction above the village, turn left up a steep narrow hill marked Earl’s Drive. The road levels out at the top and some old pillboxes and defences can be seen overlooking the sea. The Hang Gliding take off area is from a field further on (belonging to Mr Martin of Home Farm, Mount Edgcumbe), just past a footpath on the right.
Sat Nav directions to parking.
Dial 999 or 112 and ask for the Coastguard.
If you cannot make voice calls, you can now contact the 999 Emergency Services by SMS. Note: You must register this prior to an emergency.
You will need to provide the following information: