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Backcountry Flight Training in Cessna 170 or Cessna 182.

Tailwheel 101

Learn the fundamentals of flying a conventional gear aircraft and receive your FAA tailwheel endorsement in one of the best 4 seat taildraggers ever made, a 180hp Cessna 170B.  To my knowledge, we are the only option in the USA where you can get your TW endorsement in a "Super 170" on 31" Alaska Bush-wheels. 

$4,500 flat rate (includes aircraft rental, dual instruction, fuel, and ground training)
Tailwheel Discovery Flight
Get an hour of flight time in one of the best tailwheel bush-planes ever made.  Includes landing at an un-paved runway.

$500 (discounted off the tailwheel 101 course cost if you continue your training) 

Tailwheel 102
This course is designed for tailwheel endorsed pilots who are un-current, or current tailwheel pilots wanting to improve directional control, stabilized approaches, crosswind landings, and STOL technique.  

$1,400 (includes 4 hours flight time)
Backcountry 101
Begin your journey into the backcountry by first mastering the various types of un-paved landing surfaces and STOL techniques.  We will visit local charted strips to get comfortable landing on gravel, grass, and dirt. 

Half-day: $800 (minimum 2 hours flight time)
Full-day: $1,500 (minimum 4 hours flight time)
Backcountry 102
An experience in true off-airport flying.  We will explore some of the most special and unique places most aircraft would never dare to go.  Recommended prerequisite of 100 tailwheel hours or completion of Backcountry 101 Course

Half-day: $1,200 
Full-day: $2,300 
High Performance Endorsements
Receive your high performance endorsement in a 230hp Cessna 182B.  Includes the sylabus from our Backcountry 101 course as well.

$1,000 (ground and flight time vary by student experience) 

Flight Review
Accomplish your FAA 14 CFR 61.56 flight review in one of our awesome aircraft or your own. 

$500 (minimum of one hour flight, one hour ground)

Backcountry Course
Complete our full backcountry syllabus over 3 days of unforgettable flying.  Using a "crawl, walk, run" style of flight instruction, we start out day 1 on a local dirt strip learning the fundamentals, and by day 3 we are landing in places most pilots only dream.

$6,000 (all inclusive) 

Private Aircraft
Backcountry, tailwheel, and mountain flying training in your own aircraft.

Half-day: $500
Full-day: $1000*

*additional costs for extended duty and/or overnights
Mountain Flying 101
If you learned to fly in the flat lands, this course is for you! Learn what all the talk is about regarding density altitude, canyon turns, and good aeronautical decision making while flying in and around the mountains. 

Half-day: $800 (minimum 2 hours flight time)
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