South Cotswold Soaring Association: Selsley

Photo: John's Minimoa
for West to NNW winds,. This site is good for scale models an easy landing but hard to launch 1/3 scale or larger because there is no distinct ridge, see video notice how the model barely clears the ridge in spite of a good chuck into a strong breeze.
Very unpleasant in a North wind,  if the wind is North or anything East of North CLD is a better slope.
  Stroud Distric Council

Satnav 0.3 miles east of GL5 5PL    Google   streetmap 
OS X (Eastings) 382700 OS Y (Northings) 203130
 Lat (WGS84) N51:43:36 (51.726618) Long (WGS84) 
W2:15:07 (-2.251871) Lat,Long 51.726618,-2.251871 
Nat Grid SO827031 / SO8270003130 mX -250677 mY 6717277 
Mapcode GBR 1MQ.MJ1
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 by the road, from the car park walk NNW or NW to the slopes
 stay to the left of the Millennium stone  if the para gliders are in the air, they are meant to stay to the right but often ignore the agreement the SCSA have with them.
You need to get past the trees on the NNW facing slope to get into the ridge lift

 a large flat area behind the slopes, big enough for full sized gliders to land

  for North West winds, a reasonable bottom landing, slope and large top landing area makes this a popular site.

Video clips:
 Selsley flying     On board camera     Selsley flying

photo of slope