Skyline Park is hosting a Tri-county Emergency Response Training event on September 5, 6 & 7. They will be
camping from the west road to the west fence but will be using the horse camping area, the picnic area all three days
and the main arena on Friday. Some helicopters will be flying in from the south, not over Skyline but I need you
to all be aware so if you want to go for a ride to use caution on the Manzanita Trail.
Here is the information about the training. Notice when they fly in, they will be coming in from the south
and not fly in over Skyline. Camp Coombs is next to the top of the Archery Range close to Manzanita Trail.
Thank you for getting it out to Skyline Riders.
Also the horse arena will be closed on: Friday from 1 - 3 pm for SAREX and
Saturday all day for Horse Show preparation
Sunday for the last Skyline Park Horse Show
There will also be some training on an area on one of the trails on Saturday and may involve an ATV.
The rangers will post a notice in the kiosk noting which area.
Just to let you know Skyline Park is hosting a three day tri-county SAREX training event on September 5, 6 & 7.
They are planning on landing 4 helicopters in Camp Coombs and 1 at Skyline on Saturday and 2 CHP
helicopters on Sunday in Camp Coombs.
The schedule is still pending helicopter availability due to ongoing fires and search and rescue operations throughout California but the tentative schedule is as follows:
9:00AM-10:00AM Helicopters Arrive
1:30PM-4:30PM Helicopter Training (Flying Over the North/Eastern side of Park)
5:30PM Helicopters Leave
10:00AM Helicopters Arrive
10:00-12:00PM Helicopter Training
12:00PM Helicopters Leave
As discussed on Saturday we are planning to operate helicopter in Camp Coombs and will be flying over the north eastern side of park during the Saturday Training hours. Except for flying in and out of the LZ on Sunday we do not plan to fly over the park for training. This schedule is subject to change and will keep you informed as I get more information from our supporting agencies.
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