The ORANGE camp was designed for intermediate-level skydivers with more canopy control skills. At higher wing loading, flatter mountain inclination, and fewer escape routes, the pilot will have to maintain active piloting control during almost the entire flight.
During the camp, you will be trained in all aspects of mountain swooping. All our camps work with a maximum of 8 (eight) participants per camp. Mountain Swooping also works with a guide participant ratio of 1:4 (1 guide per 4 participants), to ensure safety and more personalized attention to the pilot's flying skills and overall safety. The landing areas are also smaller and narrower compared to our blue lines.
Completed "Blue Camp"
1:6 to 2:0 Wing Load
What is Included
What Is Included
4 jump tickets
Landing area fees
Shuttle to the DZ
1.5 Day camp
The ground school has a duration of 3 hours. We will cover all the necessary information so you can have more tools in your toolbox while flying the mountains.
You will receive an overview of the formation flying needed to enter the mountains, the air communications, how to enter and approach the lines, the type of flying, and canopy inputs needed to fly our orange lines.
We will brief each line and landing area individually so you can get familiar with them and ask any questions you may have.
Maybe not as fun as the rest but still needed, we will discuss the best course of actions in the event of canopy malfunction, hazardous objects during the flight, during landing and will also talk about the safety procedures in the event of an accident.
Orange lines are safe to fly if you follow the instructions and recommendations given to you during your ground school.
The mountain inclination profile is flatter in our orange lines and variable in some sections, therefore you will be flying closer to the terrain in comparison to our blue lines.
"Active piloting" is required from the mountain entry point until the landing.
In some sections, you will be flying closer to the terrain than in our blue lines, however, we still have escape routes for you to abandon the flight at any time and proceed to the landing area.
The orange lines have smaller landing areas which require you to have a more accurate flight and approach for landing.
Our smallest landing area is 80 meters in length by 20 meters in width.
Our camps follow the following schedule:
13:00 Meeting at the drop zone
13:15 Classroom for document verification
14:00 Start of ground school
17:00 End of ground school
17:30 Orientation jump (weather permitting)
07:30 Morning briefing and equipment check
08:30 Take off for the 1st mountain swoop
10:00 Take off for the 2nd mountain swoop
12:30 -13:30 lunch break
16:00 Take off for the last mountain swoop of the camp
*This schedule is subject to optimal weather conditions.