Go Soaring with Sky Sailing

About 2 month(s) ago by Ayres Hotels

Looking for your next great adventure? Sky Sailing is an exhilarating experience that allows you to glide on air currents and soar above spectacular sights. Sky Sailing in Warner Springs, California has been in operation since 1959, and promises you a unique and unforgettable experience.

As one of the largest soaring centers in the United States, Sky Sailing wants to provide you with an adventure you will always remember. When you choose to book with us, you have the option of being a single passenger, or bringing along a friend to share in the experience. You will learn to fly in sailplanes with our highly qualified instructors, and once you are fully prepared, you will soar over one of the world’s most beautiful recreational areas. Sky Sailing rides offer beautiful views of the Palomar Observatory, Warner Springs Ranch, Lake Henshaw, and the breathtaking flowers which bloom each spring near the edge of Borrego Springs.

To capture your amazing experience, Sky Sailing has cameras installed on the sailplanes. At the end of your ride, you will be given an SD card containing your pictures and videos, which allows you to relive your flight.

Due to the high demand of appointments, reservations are required for all weekday flights. On weekends, however, Sky Sailing ensures there are extra pilots available, so a reservation is not necessary. But, if you know in advance that you will be coming on a weekend, we would appreciate you making a reservation for staff planning services. It is also important to note that Sky Sailing is open seven days a week and operate from 9:00am until sunset.

Sky Sailing promises you a wonderful experience. If you are traveling to partake in this unique ride and are seeking nearby accommodations, Ayres Lodge Alpine is the perfect choice. This Ayres hotel boasts a Western-style ambiance and has an abundance of beautiful California scenery. Ayres Lodge Alpine promises to be the ideal retreat after an exhilarating day of experiencing California’s beauty from an eagle’s perspective.
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