Well that was the goal at least.We set up this old but in great condition glider. It was single surface, had curved wingtips (same tubing as the leading edge, triple deflexors and straight spruce battens, no luff lines. I am guessing a late 70's glider.I had a couple of students that day, the weather wasn't great, but we made the best of it. We found a spot near Eagle summit where the winds were laminar-ish and the ground was not too steep. It was a little windy.The sun bottomed out at 1:45am we reckon and then started climbing back into the sky.This is about as low in the sky as the sun got. We were about 40 south of the Arctic circle and at about 4000ft MSL.Later we went to soak in the slightly dilapidated hot springs.
The water was nice though, and the pool huge !
The northern most fly-in.