Crestline Soaring Society

The Hang Gliding & Paragliding Club for San Bernardino, CA, USA

The CSS is a non-profit organization (501(c)(3)) which exists to serve the foot-launched flying community in the San Bernardino Mountains - Crestline & Marshall Peak in particular - and Southern California and beyond in general.

We encourage you to come and be a part of one of the premier flying sites the world has to offer.

Paraglider and Hang Gliders Flying at Crestline


 

Do you want a Weather Station at Marshall Launch?

I'm a new pilot and have an engineering background in electronics and programming and designed and built several industrial grade sensors and whole systems in Germany.
Early on I noticed that Marshall, our most frequently visited launch site, has no weather station.
Interpolating conditions at Marshall from wind speed & directions at Crestline and LZ, I have driven out to fly only to discover that sometimes conditions were actually pretty bad. You've probably experienced that, too.

AJX Airpark Anniversary Fly In July 9th, 2016

Fly All Day!
Pot Luck Dinner - Starting at %:00 PM CSS will provide the main meat dish.  Please bring a side dish, salad, dessert, or your favorite salsa.  Donations accepted.
Evening Pond Party - Up at the XC Ranch pond.  Music by Matt Harwich starting around 6:00 PM. Short flying-related films starting around 8:30 PM
Questions? Any CSS Board member or president@crestlinesoaring.org

 

New Protocal for Instructors

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Fellow Pilots and Free-Flight Instructors,

We are writing this letter to make you aware of changes to the site protocols at the Andy Jackson Airpark.  We are making these changes to align with the new insurance requirements for instructors.  The specific changes to the protocols are included in this mailing with the changes highlighted in red.  The changes can be summarized in four categories:  individual pilots, instruction without compensation, and instruction for compensation.

Stepping Down

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CSS Members,

I am stepping down as President of the Crestline Soaring Society.  New circumstances at work have made it impossible for me to give this job the attention that it deserves. You are in very capable hands with the other board members who will continue to ensure we have a safe and fun place to fly and keep our airpark, as my good friend Randy likes to say, the friendliest LZ on earth.

Sincerely,
Gary Anderson

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