Photos

Photos of the R4N Contest Area

(Last updated:  November 18, 2010)

This collection of photographs by M-ASA pilots will hopefully provide you a sense for the type of terrain over which R4N is conducted.  All types of lift are typically found in the region in the Fall.

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The mighty Susquehanna River runs along the northeast border of the R4N contest area.  Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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M-ASC in the Fall under LBL’s wing. Karlindo is in the lower right.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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The Grid at R4N 2008.  Yes, we flew that day!    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Rick Fuller)

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We share the sky with a few hang glider and parachute jumping sites.  This is near the High Rock Overlook site.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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MASA, Ski Liberty and the town of Fairfield from 15,000 feet showing the many cultivated fields in the Fairfield valley that are suitable for landouts.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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The Tuscarora Ridge just north of McConnellsburg looking north toward the peak at the Burnt Cabins transition.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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Looking up at the Tuscarora Ridge.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)

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Dawn launch into winter wave at Fairfield.  Wave is a frequent weather phenomenon at the MASC in the Fall, Winter and Spring.    Click on image for full-size photo.

(Photo by Baude Litt)