Cascade Paragliding Club
Welcome to the mobile website of the Cascade Paragliding Club in Oregon. We also have a desktop website
About Us: The Cascade Paragliding Club is dedicated to the advancement of paragliding in this region through the education of its members in safety and general knowledge of the sport, the development and maintenance of local flying sites and through the comradeship of fellow pilots.
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Pyrenees video from June By Peter Reagan: https://youtu.be/mCYFhK-rGtQ
Woodrat closed: Smoke and aerial traffic By Dan Wells: Maybe a good weekend to visit Pine Mt.
Volunteers needed... By Dirk Larson: Thanks, Dave! Star-Thistle fly in is especially in need of volunteers for the
Volunteers needed... By David Le: Good morning, Pine Mountain and StarThistle Fly In are approaching and we need
Star Thistle update: Entertainment and food trucks announced By Dan Wells: LongSword Winery just announced food and entertainment for Saturday September
Farewell CPC By Dirk Larson: Simon, It has been great flying with you, getting to know you better, and even
Farewell CPC By Sim-sim passenger: Hey everyone This is Simon. I have been flying for more than a year now in
Reminder: Star Thistle Fly-in Sept 8-10 2017 By Dan Wells: Not doing anything the weekend after Labor Day? Please come and join us at the
Chehalem By Özgün Babur: I will go check out Chehalem now. If somebody is already there and it doesn't
august meeting minutes By Discover Paragliding!: I don't get the difference. Not group ground handling practice, but OK with
august meeting minutes By Dirk Larson: Thanks for the critique, Steve. Hard to explain the thoughts and plans via
august meeting minutes By Steve Forslund: I thought we were a flying club? Don't think we are equipped for teaching. Be
august meeting minutes By Luke: Meeting minutes for August 1, 2017, Meeting began at 7:30ish with no new faces
Starthistle Spaghetti Volunteers needed ! By sargeomatic: Yep, CPC'ers, -we're having another Spaghetti feed at this year's Starthistle.
Flight report By Mark Sanzone: I had my first flight at Sun Valley today. You take a gondola and then a quad