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One of many highlights of the Labor Day weekend in Steamboat Springs, Colorado would be the
activities which you can discover in the air, on the mountain and often anywhere in the area. It's
wonderful entertainment for you personally and also your entire family. The Wild West Air Fest
displays plenty of happenings for example, the display of vintage and static war bird airplanes, a
show of aerobatics, classic cars, radio control plane displays, Wings Over the Rockies KidSpace
and a lot more. The Wild West Air Fest is seen between 9 AM and 3 PM on Saturday, August 30
and Sunday, August 31.
Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for youth between 6 and 12 years and little ones under the age of
Five-years get to watch for absolutely free. The particular venues are Steamboat Airport as well
as other areas. One of many popular features of 2014 will be a remarkable display of aerobatics
lasting for 1 hour including some of the most outstanding pilots. Dagmar Kress is a well-known
aerobatic pilot and instructor who is going to demonstrate a skill in her Pitts on both Saturday and
Sunday. She has been a national unlimited aerobatic winner and was a member of the German
aerobatic team. Also taking part this season will be the Renegades and Don Nelson in his Sukhoi
airplane. He's been a competition champion and is also a veteran of the Vietnam War.
One of the more enjoyable features of the Festival would be the opportunity you will get to take
part in the action and fly in a large range of spectacular air planes such as Piper Cubs and the
1943 Beechcraft C-45J. Rides still have to be confirmed and costs will range between $50 and
$500. On Saturday and Sunday, the rides shall be offered on a first-come first-served basis, so
make certain you arrive there early. Reservations as well as payments ought to be set up directly
with the pilots.
Whether you're thinking about search and rescue missions or wildlife preservation, aircraft have
actually been an important part of life in Steamboat Springs. Colorado itself includes a rich
tradition in aviation going back to the First World War. Experts believe that the Wild West Air Fest
is undoubtedly an fascinating way for households to get involved as well as for the local
community to be able to appreciate the contribution that aviation makes to Steamboat Springs.
Teaching school students about aviation is not only exciting but also helps them to be motivated
about learning science and mathematics.
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