Blomberg Germany

  • Takeoffs: 2
  • Landings: 1
  • Towings: 0
  • Pilots: 7

Hill site for paragliders and hanggliders

Challenging take-off sites in aisles.
Cross-country flights into the lowlands possible (e.g. to Greiling glider airfield).
Landing site at Stallauerweiher is challenging to fly to.

1. the overflight area is limited to the west (line Zwieselgipfel - western third of Stallauerweiher). The Stallauer Graben, located west of the northwest launch site, may not be overflown to protect the capercaillie and hazel grouse populations that occur there. The exception to this is flights at more than 400 m above ground. The flight altitude must ensure the reliable reaching of the landing site outside the protected area. Reference is made to the attached map.
2. the last take-off may be carried out no later than half an hour after the end of the mountain lift operation (in the summer months usually around 6:00 p.m.).
3. all pilots need a briefing on the specifics of the flying area before the first flight. For this purpose, signs shall be posted to inform pilots of the requirements in the area. The pilots shall be informed that it is mandatory to comply with the restrictions.
4. because of the demanding nature of take-offs in forest aisles, wind direction indicators must be installed in such a way that they show the correct wind direction.
5. double-seater take-offs from the northeast take-off area are not permitted. When double-seater take-offs are made from the north-west take-off area, particular attention must be paid to turbulence-free conditions and generally to sufficient downwind (at least 10 km/h). For paraglider - two-seater launches the backward pull-up technique is recommended. In addition, a take-off abort line is to be determined by the pilot.
6. training flights (A-certificate) are not allowed.

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  • Hang gliders

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