If unsure, check with one of the club coaches before flying.
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Read about Dartmoor Flying before setting out.
Pilots need to be able to judge glide angle and lose height by tracking before setting up for a landing approach. Thermal activity often extends the glide angle so be careful not to overshoot into trees, hedges and wire fences.
Gliders can be moved forward to the area on top of the hill, which is sheltered from the wind.
Good, but will only support a few gliders at a time.
Well back away from rocks, on the flat area behind and rigging area - and so away from rotor, but watch for wind shear.
On rough common land, near to sports pitch. Do not land on the cricket pitch.
Beware of nice clear smooth green area in summer which may be boggy.
On the lower slopes the bracken may reach head height.
Natterdon Common site should not be flown if the wind is Northerly because of rotor from the trees.
Easterly can also be dangerous.
There is some interesting thermal activity here and gliders sometimes have to go 1/4 - 1/2 a mile out in front of the hill to find the best thermals- often rising from the farm buildings near the road.
Read Dartmoor Flying.
It is also possible to fly downwind to King Tor, from here, 3 miles to the south.
Park near the road at the crest of the hill, and it is a fairly easy and level walk of 300 metres to take off.
Dial 999 or 112 and ask for the Police and then Mountain Rescue explaining your circumstances.
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: