Northwest bush pilots Greg Miller and Loni Habersetzer take you into their incredible playground of rock bars and water landings - on tires! This DVD was released in September of 2005 and contains some of the most exciting takeoff and landing footage you will see. If you ever wondered who really uses those big tires, this is the DVD for you!
This DVD takes you into Greg's unique world of water landings (on tundra tires). It includes a commentary track which gives insight into how he does it. 40 MINUTES OF HIGH QUALITY FOOTAGE! Sections Include: - Training Ground - Desert - Sherpa - Mountains to Sea Bonus Sections: - Field Repair - Stol Competition (Bush Class) 2006 Valdez, AK. This DVD is 90 minutes in all. There are 3 airplanes featuring: - Greg’s Experimental Maule aka Bushwacker - Doug Keller’s Experimental Super Cub aka Husky Cub - Byron Root’s Experimental 5 place Sherpa Flown by Greg
Join Greg Miller in the majestic Wrangell mountains of Alaska as he learns the art of ski-flying from world renowned bush pilot Paul Claus. See the culmination of 30 years of bush flying experience as Paul flies his Turbine Otter and Super Cub in the rugged wilderness of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Watch Greg as he learns the ins and outs of ski-flying in one of the most challenging places in Alaska, where the margin between life and death can be extremely thin. Base camp is Ultima Thule Lodge, owned and operated by Paul and Donna Claus. Bonus Feature Footage from the 2007 STOL competition held in Valdez Alaska each year. See some of the best pilots show their stuff.
Join Greg Miller on his Alaskan Adventure. Greg flies his experimental Maule a.k.a. Bushwacker to Alaska in the winter of 2008. The setting for this adventure is the Wrangell-St.Elias National Park. After learning about ski flying from Paul Claus on his previous trip (BRLP Vol. 3 ON ICE), he brings Bushwacker up to Alaska to put use what he has learned and test his abilities. Over his two week stay at Ultima Thule Lodge, Greg joins up with Paul and some new friends on may exciting and challenging adventures. You'll see Greg landing his ski-equipped airplane on snow, ice, rock, and water. Come along as he climbs an ice fall, skins up mountain peaks, and skis down virgin snow-covered mountains. There is no other setting quite as breathtaking as the Wrangell Mountains and Greg pulls out all the stops. Running Time: 121 minutes
Volume 5 of the series Big Rocks & Long Props. Greg Miller, tired of the rain in the Pacific Northwest, heads for some dryer high-country with the founder of Nflightcam, Patrick Carter. Greg is interested in exploring and Patrick will provide the shots using a Canon 1080p HD camera and multiple Contour Plus cameras mounted to various parts of Bushwacker. Join them for this adventure as they explore the breath-taking scenery of the desert high-county.
Valdez Alaska 2008 STOL Competition, this annual event has grown every year. I have the highlights in my newest video Study of STOL, this video is 30 minutes long and includes: Bush Class, LSA Class, Experimental Bush Class and Heavy Touring Class. I include commentary on STOL and slow motion shots that give a closer look at these amazing airplanes. Study the technique these pilots use and then see if it will work for you!
Ride along with Greg as he takes you into a few of the more notorious Idaho backcountry airstrips. Greg will provide his take on flying into Dewey Moore, Vines, Simonds, Mile-Hi, Fish Lake and more. This video is 58 minutes long, not including the bonus features. As bonus features, you will see Greg take off and land his home strip (one way, 300 ft. long, no go around), Greg fly a Turbine Maule with 420 SHP on amphibious floats, both from land and sea, and sneak previews from Volume 2 "Waterplay" and Volume 3 "On Ice".
The new Big Rocks & Long Props T-shirt is here! Printed in orange ink on a dark grey, 100% cotton, Anvil brand T-shirt.
The new Big Rocks & Long Props LONG SLEEVE T-shirt is here! Just like the short sleeve version, this shirt is printed in orange ink on a dark grey, 100% cotton, Anvil brand T-shirt.
Big Rocks & Long Props - Volume 1 The DVD that started it all, Volume 1 was released in September of 2005 and contains some of the most exciting takeoff and landing footage you will see. Big Rocks & Long Props Volume 2 This DVD takes you into Greg's unique world of water landings (on tundra tires). It includes "how-to" commentary track to give insight into how Greg does it.
Big Rocks & Long Props, Volume 3 "On Ice"Join Greg Miller in the majestic Wrangell mountains of Alaska as he learns the art of ski-flying from world renowned bush pilot Paul Claus. Big Rocks & Long Props, Volume 4 "Alaskan Adventure"Armed with Bushwacker on a fat set of experimental skis, Greg heads north for an Alaskan Adventure.
Big Rocks & Long Props - Volume 1 The DVD that started it all, Volume 1 was released in September of 2005 and contains some of the most exciting takeoff and landing footage you will see. Big Rocks & Long Props Volume 2 This DVD takes you into Greg's unique world of water landings (on tundra tires). It includes "how-to" commentary track to give insight into how Greg does it. Big Rocks & Long Props Volume 3 Join Greg Miller in the majestic Wrangell mountains of Alaska as he learns the art of ski-flying from world renowned bush pilot Paul Claus. Big Rocks & Long Props Volume 4 - Alaskan Adventure Armed with Bushwacker on a fat set of experimental skis, Greg heads north for an Alaskan Adventure. Big Rocks & Long Props Volume 5 High Country, join Greg Miller as he leaves the wet Pacific NW weather behind for clear and crisp dry weather
This is the book that defined mountain flying. Fly Idaho! A Guide to Adventure in the Idaho Backcountry introduced the world to the most incredible mountain flying on earth. If you've never flown the Idaho Backcountry, ask someone who has. You'll soon discover the love they share for this very special country and the book they use to fly it. 456 pages, 71 airstrips
Fly the Big Sky! A Pilot's Guide to Montana's Prairie Towns and Mountain Hideaways. From the author of Fly Idaho! and Air Baja! comes a pilot's guide to what may be "America's last best place." Follow Galen as he winds in and out of Indian reservations, the Missouri River Breaks, the Bob Marshall Wilderness, lofty mountain peaks and friendly little prairie towns. It's more than a directory, it's an invitation to adventure. 162 color photos of 76 airstrips, hundreds of b/w photos and it's jam-packed with stories of cattle drives, outlaws, Indians and vigilantes. Spiral bound, paperback. 720 pages, 76 airstrips
A treasure trove of backcountry airstrips in what may be the last aviation frontier of the American West. Exploration and discovery is what Fly Utah! is all about. Don’t expect paved foot trails with cutesy little informational signs here. Be the first to explore ancient Anasazi cliff dwellings or squeeze through a thousand-foot-deep, 2-foot-wide slot canyon. Eat a mutton burger and share a sandstone cave with a Fundamentalist LDS Saint (along with his 4 wives and 38 children). Search for the lost gold mines of the Spanish Conquistadors and trade at an authentic Indian trading post – far off the beaten tourist path. 950 pages, 83 airstrips (57 of which are previously uncharted)
Alaska Trooper Jack Blake pilots Bush planes, mushes dogteams and scales glaciers to find his man. The horrible weather, grizzlies, politics and plane crashes make his seek for real justice tough enough. Then Blake learns that a powerful man is making it his job to kill him with the unlimited resources of wealth and power. Based on cases from the files of the Alaska Troopers.
IT HAS BEEN JUST FOUR MONTHS since Alaska Trooper Jack Blake asked Wildlife Trooper Jet Torsen to marry him on the ice of this very remote, wind-blown lake. Only that day was darker. Darker and much colder. If it were not for Jet killing the man trying to take his life, Jack would not be here. And there would not be a wedding today. The pastor is ready to join Jack and Jet in holy matrimony. The guests are already partying. Suddenly, the ceremonies are interrupted by the familiar WHOP, WHOP, WHOP of the Alaska State Trooper helicopter. The pilot pleads for help in stopping a killer who is holding hostages. There are only two troopers for the job. Their marriage will have to wait.