This mountain site at the easterly end of the Lynne peninsula provides excellent
flying and great views looking towards Snowdonia and the village of Trefor in the
Left is a flask of tea, or may be used for other beverage’s, a necessary item when
visiting any flying site.
Above a nice flying site at Neffyn on the north coast of the Lynne peninsula. you
can fly off the cliff over the beach from the small picnic area at the end of the
car park which is where the picture is taken from just launch over the fence at the
bottom of the picture.
Left are ariel shots of a site known as the bracken bowl on the south coast of the
Lynne Peninsula suitable for south west windsTo the right is a cliff top site a
little further along the coast for more westerly winds.
Here are 3 pictures of the leen valley site at goosedale, Left a flying session in
the snow, middle is the longest flight line i have yet seen, which just happened
to coincide with the first really nice sunny weekend of the year, and Right one
of our increasingly regular barbecues.
This slope soaring site is at Dinas Dinlle At the remains of an iron age hill fort on the left as you get to the coast on the road to Camarthen airport. It is on fairly low cliffs overlooking a beach. Provides adequate lift in a westerly wind. There is a large landing area although it does seem to be a bit turbulent.
Left a Westerley cliff top site on the llyne peninsula the pits area being situated in a disused shallow quarry.