Hmmm how high up do you go? What days and times do you operate? Thanks so much!
Debra F. asked on Dec 15, 2012
Hi Debra! Interesting question! The truth is that we have no altitude restriction so if you ask the pilot he can take you quite high, so that you can see much further distances in all directions. Realistically, on this tour, perhaps 5,000 or 6,000 feet for a few minutes. Normally, however, the pilot chooses lower altitudes which give you a closer look at the terrain than typical airplane flight. Safety is the number one concern, as well as flying high enough not to bother folks on the ground...........hope to see you!!
Tim D. from Merchant replied on Dec 15, 2012