Soaring the cliffs at Beachy Head is beautiful, spectacular and unusual flying. However it is not often that we are able to go there because although SSW is a common wind direction we need clear air up to four or five thousand feet to get to the cliffs and the air from the south is usually damp and cloudy.

Contents Continued Guide to soaring the cliffs at Beachy Head

By Damian Le Roux

and Duncan Stewart

White cliff photos by Damian