You can vote for the 2023 TTT BOD at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNIJdwj9mFtGYOnsJA-FZin_l4trKzpGqhtWLE8x9regQV0A/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Flights launching from Flying Camp or SVS properties that land on Tennessee Tree Toppers property WILL NOT BE TOLERATED” As stated in previous announcements, all pilots who launch from any SVS/Flying Camp launches at Henson or Whitwell are forbidden from […]

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What every pilot should know: Below is a response to insurance questions regarding launching from a commercial site and landing on TTT property. We have addressed this issue with the USHPA President Kate West, USHPA Director Martin Palmaz, our regional […]

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On June 5th, 2022 both Greg Heckman and Adam Zachary Smith flew their Wills Wing topless T3 hang gliders 110 miles together from Whitwell Tennessee to Cartwright Kentucky, landing after 6 hours and 26 minutes of flight time, and breaking […]

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Tree Toppers, Following is an announcement from TVA inviting public comment related to a proposed substation and transmission lines installation at the corner of Henson Gap Road and Window Rock Road and across the plateau behind the old Southwest Site […]

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  Tree Toppers, The latest issue of Branches:  Newsletter of the Tennessee Tree Toppers (Vol. 2021, No. 2) is now available to you.  If you are a current member, you will find ballots on p. 11 for voting on the 2022 Board […]

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NEW TENNESSEE STATE PARAGLIDING RECORD SET Congratulations to Jaro Krupa, Austin Kasserman and Chris Lee, who all surpassed our state record on September 9, 2021.  This replaces James Stinnett’s state and Burnside record which was done in 2020. We haven’t […]

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Response to the latest Hanning post – 5.1.2021 Dave Hanning/Flying Camp/SVS are a commercial operation whether they charge you to fly there or not. As a commercial flight park, it is their responsibility to provide you the necessary facilities to […]

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Last Monday night, April 19th, our good friend, pilot and longtime Tennessee Tree Toppers club member, Chris Starbuck,  passed away during surgery to repair a congenital heart valve defect.

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