2011 will clearly be considered one of the biggest eventful years at Baja’s Best Flying venue: La Salina. Continue reading
After 14 years of living and flying at La Salina, Bajabrent, reaches a major air milestone: 1000 hours! Continue reading
After months of planning, preparation, and hard work, the Fifth Annual Fiesta del Cielo Full Moon Fly-in–in conjunction with–the FAI sanctioned Ensenada Open begins Continue reading
La Salina TURF WARS
It began with Torrey Pines Gliderport. Over many years TP has gone from being a weedy-sandy launch, to cultivation a putting green launch. A golfer might mistake TP launch for Continue reading
BajaBrent bustin ONE for the TEAM!!!
Not since 1996 has La Salina Flying ridge undergone such a serious flying site rehabilitation. With the full consent, consultation, and blessings of the Ejido La Mision (the owners of the 15,000 acre flying ridge), Bajabrent (BB) retained Mexican contractors, and laborers (and weighed in himself), to reconstruct the 3 primary launches, roadway from free road to launches, hiking trail and LZ. Continue reading
April FoolsDay woulda been foolish to fly La Salina, but that soon changed as April 3 meant 2 hour flights for BajaBrent and Juan, and a 45 minute flight for Flipper.
Casey Cadwell, Dave Vida and Turbo Bob arrived April 3 to fly their trikes in the beautiful thermal conditions. Continue reading
March turned out to be one of the best La Salina flying months since autumn 2010. Gone are the warm stable days of January. BACK are consistently good flying sessions of 2 hours or more. Continue reading
SPONSORED BY:TEAM www.FLYLASALINA.com ; www.BAJABRENT.com; and The Ejido La Mision. This event is being held in conjuction with— first ever— La Salina-Ensenada FAI sanctioned paragliding competition: ww.ensenadaopen.com ( information is all there) Continue reading
Early February, continues with unseasonably warm weather, light/no wind, and high pressure conditions. By mid-month it seems hopeless. Continue reading
What a beautiful month! Daily temperatures 70-80 degrees F. Clear days, cold evenings. BUT NO WIND! Yikes! Its absolutely unbelievable this summer climate. The desert is in full bloom, but FLYING is very minimal. Continue reading