Due to a high level of longshore drift on the coast from Hornsea to Aldbrough,
a high number of ordinance are been uncovered.
EOD have been carrying out controlled explosions for the
past three days and this is likely to keep occurring.
Please check NOTAM’s if flying that bit of coast to make sure the
danger area at Cowden has not been reactivated.
You will see EOD at the map if on site.
Open subject to all the criteria in the site guide plus there is a limit of 8 persons at any one time in the air or on the ground.
REIGHTON LOWER TAKE OFF
Open subject to No Flying South of top takeoff.
No access to the campsite including Top takeoff and landing.
No Flying beyond Primrose Valley again including the takeoff and landing area.
Open. Pilots must be club members and carry National Parks Permit (obtained from the secretary)
Maximum of 7 pilots in the air or on the ground unless prior arrangement.
Plus additional rules here – HORCUM SITE GUIDE
Restricted to members only.
Pilots must carry protective gloves and mask to assist should there be any incident involving any of our members, and of course they will be asked to ensure adequate social distancing, and where this is not possible they should cease flying activities.
If you experience hostility from the public please be understanding and courteous.
PLEASE READ UPDATED SITE GUIDES
Welcome to the Sir George Cayley Paragliding & Hang Gliding Club!
Paragliding in Yorkshire and flying free is an amazing feeling!
You can soar the coastal cliffs with seagulls or thermal high above the countryside with kites or buzzards. Alternatively, you can fly to the clouds and land miles away from where you started. These are truly marvellous and awe-inspiring experiences available to all.
Free flying is glorious, but it’s dangerous, isn’t it? Yes! But we are not suicidal adrenaline junkies. No paraglider or hang-glider pilot would take off without the firm expectation of a thoroughly stimulating and enjoyable flight, followed by a safe landing.
For this reason, we undergo careful initial and ongoing training programmes. This is required to learn and develop our flying as safely as possible. Initial training is normally undertaken at a flying school and subsequent learning is assisted by local clubs and volunteer coaches.
In 1975, the Sir George Cayley Paragliding and Hang-gliding Club was established. It is run by a group of enthusiastic paraglider and hang glider pilots in East Yorkshire. In turn, the club provides an environment for like-minded people to get together to share our knowledge and experiences. This means we can safely partake in the joy of free flight.
Our club has several coastal and inland sites where we maintain a good relationship with landowners or park and local authorities. The club and all our members belong to the British Hang & Paragliding Association (BHPA). This gives us a national voice and provides third party insurance cover. Additionally, we hold events, competitions and regularly meet in a pub.
You are very welcome to join us!
If you’d like to know more about free-flying a paraglider or hang glider, or are a pilot already, please use the Contact Us Form.
Paragliding in Yorkshire
The east coast of Yorkshire allows a great variation of free-flying. Coastal sites included Bridlington, Reighton, Primrose Valley and many more. Inland sites include Horcum in the Yorkshire Moors and Millington just outside York.
This addictive hobby has the benefits of learning new skills from other pilots coupled with good social events. Paragliding in Yorkshire can be attributed to some great days out. Whether you soar the cliffs or go cross country, its always a great way to spend your free time!
The easier way to get started is to make contact. We don’t bite!