Best place to go near Provo

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Best place to go near Provo

Postby adelatorre » Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:10 pm

Where are some good places to Kite near Provo?
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Re: Best place to go near Provo

Postby adelatorre » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:02 pm

I just saw the link to Local Sites & Maps after posting this. Sorry for the dumb newbie question.
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Re: Best place to go near Provo

Postby Leo Chan » Tue Oct 21, 2014 12:52 am

The seemingly simple question actually has a few different answers. Lindon and SSB are the closest to Provo. For N and NW, SSB is the place to be. I personally like Lindon as it is close to my work and home. For S wind, only Lindon is doable. Deer Creek is also "close" to Provo. So, that's the coverage for water season.

For the snowkite season, you're smack in between Skyline and Strawberry. Lucky you! :mrgreen:
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