The SuperClinic is a training course designed around the group of paragliding students applying. The goal is to improve piloting skills to the point participants are more confident in their thermalling and cross country flying skills such that they can confidently compete in race to goal competitions.
Student to Instructor ratio will be a maximum of 10 to 1. Pilots must apply and then proceed to payment AFTER they have been emailed and acceptance by the instructors. Registrations will be capped at 20 pilots.
Kari Castle and Ken Hudonjorgensen are returning as SuperClinic instructors. They will give you the information; how you apply it is determined by your skill and clarity.
This is world class training at a world class site with world class instruction.
Ground drills and labs
Dedicated retrieve vehicles to get pilots up and down the hill.
Training times may vary depending on the weather conditions. The typical day is flying in the morning before the Open and Sprint racers start and again after the racers have launched. Lecture in the later afternoon and evenings. If there is a weather day, expect a lot more class time. If necessary, morning classes may be added.
Minimum pilot qualifications:
P3 pilot rating
P2 pilot rating with at least 10 hours of flight time and at least 50 flights with 10 of them being high altitude.
Highly recommended (but not required):
Good kiting, forward launch ,reverse inflation and landing skills.
Some thermalling experience
Minimum equipment requirements:
VHF radio capable of receiving and transmitting on USHPA frequencies
Cell phone with a U.S. carrier
SPOT or INReach Satellite tracker
Reserve parachute repacked within the last 12 months
Recommended but not required:
Manuals for all your flight instruments and radios
Entry fee schedule
February 15- May 11, 2018 (normal registration)
SuperClinic $675 plus $20 RVHPA local club membership $695 Total
May 12-June 10, 2018 (late registration)
SuperClinic $775 plus $20 RVHPA local club membership $795 Tota
Any Questions Please contact Ken or Kari: