The following videos highlight our sport and some of what we do at Sugarbush Soaring. For even more videos, check out our YouTube Channel.
On March 18, 2021, AOPA Live reviewed our youth summer camps.
Sugarbush Soaring was closed for the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns, but our line crew was busy keeping our airport pristine.
On February 21, 2017, Vermont PBS aired a nice review of Sugarbush Soaring on their "Outdoor Journal" program.
During one of Sugarbush Soaring's 2016 youth camps, Ned Friedman soloed a glider for the first time. Video credit and copyright: Alex Scaperotta
Soaring - Start Your Adventure Today!
The Soaring Society of America has produced a wonderful video introduction to our sport.
Our local public access television station took a late afternoon ride with us during peak foliage season. The colors are amazing!
On July 29 2007, a reporter from the alternative newspaper Seven Days took a flight in one of our gliders. Here is how she reported on the experience. Rick Hanson, Dave Ellis, Guy Pfeffermann, and Quincy McDougal star. Her only blooper is a caption indicating that tow release was at 300 feet. We're sure she meant 3000 feet!