First time for team flying4nature on the Hahnenmoos 1950 ASL (Switzerland – Berner Alpen). It’s the “RC glider paradise” of Switzerland (detailed description of this location on http://www.slople.com/). We have found a awesome location to fly and a lot of very kind pilots, who shared the own years of experiences with us! Very nice and clean hotel to have meal and to sleep (http://www.hahnenmoos.ch/). Video of the fly session below. More pictures on our FLICKR Channel.
Il Fiore di Pietra (The Stone Flower) – on the Monte Generoso 1700m ASL (Switzerland) – is an octagonal creation of the swiss star architect Mario Botta. The building has finished at the start of 2017 and can be reach with a 9km long rack railway or by foot. Pictures have been taken with Mavic Pro DJI on the 24th December 2017.
Nice Autumn days for flying and for outdoor activities in Switzerland. Not only for our gliders and drones, but also for a big flying cat (HB-QGU)! It visited in low flight the region of Wauwilermoos-Egolzwil (Lucern-Switzerland), saturday the 14th October. MIAOW!
Flying with DJI Mavic Pro in Italy, Elba Island on June 2017. Nice landscapes, crystal turquoise clear water and awesome sea location in Lido di Capoliveri. Look also at the “bagno and bar” @barwindsnack, nice people and service.
My recommendation for (fly) holidays: apartments “Villa Elba“, location Lido di Capoliveri 52 / 57031 Capoliveri (LI-Italy). Phones: (0039) 0565940122 / (0039) 0565 967059. From April to October, 3 minutes walk from sea, nice for families, friends or pairs.
Fly session (16th-18th June ’17) of Jeizinen 1600m ASL (Valais – Switzerland) with the gliders PCM Taser E (2.o) and my new DLG Libelle (of dream-flight ©). Nice weather, hot temperatures and a lot of awesome lift!
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Switzerland. Seems like to make a walk in the past, in the years of the cold war. An old base of SAM surface to air missile Bristol Bloodhound (BL-64 Swiss Name) could be visited in Switzerland in the region of Zug (open air museum: http://www.bloodhound-museum.ch/). We took in the last days, with my friend Alessandro, a couple of pictures with our Mavic Pro and Phantom 3. An old (2013) but very interesting article from NZZ (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) could you read here: https://www.nzz.ch/schweiz/von-schwestern-und-raketen-1.18177920.