Welcome

Welcome to the Cascade Paragliding Club community website.  If you are looking for information about our club, its flying sites or just general paragliding/hang gliding information in the region, you may find what you are looking for on one of the menu tabs above.  If you don’t see what you are looking for, feel free to send us an e-mail at CASCADEPARAGLIDING@GMAIL.COM.    The little grayish box that originates in the lower right corner of the web pages is our chatbox linked to telegram.  You can open it and customize the location on your browser.  Our club is dedicated to the advancement of paragliding and hang gliding in this region, through the education of its members in safety and general knowledge of the sport, as well as the development and maintenance of local flying sites and through the comradeship of fellow pilots.

The primary radio frequency used at local sites is 151.925.  Pilots may be operating on other frequencies also.  Please have a radio and ask what frequency those pilots present are using!

 

Monthly Meeting:

No meeting in December due to holidays!  2021 meeting times and locations to be determined!

Usually on the first Tuesday of the month.

Contact us at CASCADEPARAGLIDING@GMAIL.COM

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Most recent Google Group messages
Chehalem pilots - a friendly reminder
dave_blizzard: Hi Chehalem Pilots. I just got a very friendly reminder from the family who owns the bail-out that we agreed to not leave any flagging at the end of the day. I know the hang pilots are quite aware of this agreement but I fear that no one (ME!) has mentioned this to the many new paraglider
March Meeting Reminder
andrew.e...@gmail.com: Meeting bump. 7:30pm! On Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 6:29:44 AM UTC-8 Alan wrote: > Thanks Luke. As I worked through the RRG stuff and USHPA chapter renewal > this year I saw we need to add a secretary to meet USHPA chapter > requirements (SOP 06-01), which
Feb finance report
Mark Sanzone: $5072 Beg Bal +600 Dues in (20 people!) -50 Oregon annual non profit fee -25 Google/Paypal fees ==== =============== $5597 End We are doing well with pilots paying dues, thank you. Mark
Silver Star Tuesday
Michael Coppock: Models are pessimistic for soaring flight, but will attempt 3-3:30 pm launch window from 4100’ launch. Max pred thermal heights are generally at launch height, as is inversion cap. Am stratus may hold at launch height until around 2-3 pm. FYI: Access is questionable, as road blocking snow
March Meeting Reminder
Alan: Thanks Luke. As I worked through the RRG stuff and USHPA chapter renewal this year I saw we need to add a secretary to meet USHPA chapter requirements (SOP 06-01), which say: C. Chapters must have a minimum of four officers, to include President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. No
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Bill B - Corvallis: Three good flights today at Yaquina Head for Josh and I. We launched at about 11 from Communications Hill into light south wind and kicked treetops along the south edge of the Head in our efforts to stay in the lift band. Our efforts were rewarded by occasional positive pockets, but the sum
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Mark Sanzone: Make that 6 pilots. Jay arrived and flew too. It was nice on launch with a mix of sun and clouds and non chilling temps. Mark Sent from my iPad On Mar 1, 2021, at 3:08 PM, Mark Sanzone wrote:  5 pilots had extended sled rides. Too light to soar. Mark Sent from Yahoo
March Meeting Reminder
Luke: This is an important meeting as we don’t want to forget one of the important process’ that makes us a club that represents the community. I think etch has done a great job rallying the club toward continued progress through these difficult times. I think he will offer a lot more than he
- FOR SALE - UP Dena, Ozone Solos, Ozone SQ Pro Reserve - FOR SALE-
mac...@mac.com: - Hello everybody - about 5 weeks ago I had surgery done on my foot - not flying related. It's handling walking without excruciating pain; you may have noticed as I slowly climbed the hills.. I need to not hike or run for at least 6-12 months, maybe longer so am selling a less
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Mark Sanzone: 5 pilots had extended sled rides. Too light to soar. Mark Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone On Monday, March 1, 2021, 12:58 PM, 'Mark Sanzone' via Cascade Paragliding Club wrote: Light but steady on launch. Shuttling cars now. Mark Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Mark Sanzone: Light but steady on launch. Shuttling cars now. Mark Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone On Monday, March 1, 2021, 11:16 AM, wrote: Curious to hear any OSRs at Chehalem today if people are able. From: On Behalf Of Bartek
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Jay Z: Curious to hear any OSRs at Chehalem today if people are able. From: On Behalf Of Bartek Nitychoruk Sent: Monday, March 1, 2021 6:28 AM To: Cascade Paragliding Club Subject: CPC: Re: Chehalem tomorrow - March 1 See
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Bill B - Corvallis: Meeting Josh at Yaquina at 10:30. Looks weak there, too. But we are always optimistic! On Mon, Mar 1, 2021 at 8:26 AM 'Mark Sanzone' via Cascade Paragliding Club < wrote: > It looks a bit weak but I plan to be there about 1. > Mark > > On Sunday, February 28, 2021,
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Mark Sanzone: It looks a bit weak but I plan to be there about 1. Mark On Sunday, February 28, 2021, 08:37:29 PM PST, dave_blizzard < wrote: Looks like it may be a Chehalem hat trick day tomorrow for Bart, Rob Stevens, and me. Its been a long time since this site has been flown 3
Chehalem tomorrow - March 1
Bartek Nitychoruk: See ya there Dave... Ill probably try get there around 11. Hang around Chehalem until around 1-2PM and if its not going to be working, then my plan is to head to Oceanside. On Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 8:36:27 PM UTC-8 dave_blizzard wrote: > Looks like it may be a Chehalem hat trick day