Records

Take Off
Landing
Distance Date Pilot Notes
Arenig Fawr
Nr Welshpool
62km
31/03/16
Simon Burnell
Bochlwyd
Newtown
98km
?
Pete Bridston
Took off from Moel y Ci, Bombed at Bochlwyd then took off again making 98km on the second flight.
Foel Lus
Machynlleth
70km
-
Bob Drury
-
Glyderau
Amlwch
45.1km
?
Bob Drury/ Keith Simpson
Airspace negotiation or turnpoints will be needed to beat this record.
Harlech
-
-
-
-
-
Harlech Cliff (Llanfair)
-
-
-
-
-
Moel Berfedd
Welshpool
86km
25/05/2013
Simon Burnell
A strange direction to go from an Easterly site...
 
Aberdaron
56km
17/03/2008
John Silvester
Not much more land left beyond Aberdaron!
Moel Eilio
Chepstow
194km
29/07/2007
John Silvester
!!!
Moel Wnion
Towyn Beach nr Belgrano
37.6km
02/05/08
Pete Logan
Probably the most scenic flight I've ever had!
Moel y Ci
Oswestry
76km
Big Monday!
John Gladston
Only had 65p in his pocket! Several other big flights were done that day.
Nant Gwrtheyrn
-
-
-
-
-
Penmaenbach
Criccieth
40km
'00
Pete Bridston
Flight done in January!
Pen yr Helgi Du
-
-
-
-
-
Elidir Fach/Quarries
Telford
115.7km
'96
John Silvester
Also managed an out and return to Trawsfynydd in 2006.
Snowdon Station 4
-
-
-
-
-
Snowdon Viewpoint
Iron Bridge
115.1km
08/05/03
John Silvester
Also 112.1km on 08/06/99.
Trefor
-
-
-
-
-
Tremadog
Colwyn Bay
52km
06/05/95
Phil Williams
 

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