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  1. Thanks Dusty. Your answer makes sense. That is what I thought but I wanted to make sure from people who deal with this type of environment.
  2. Hi Everyone Question about flying up the side of a mountain and from mountain top. To stay within the 400 ft AGL rule when flying up a large slope or from the top of a mountain how is "AGL" determined, other than the obvious. If I fly up the mountain the vertical distance can be larger than 400ft, but I can be close to the slope. If I am at the top of a mountain and fly off the top and be well above 400ft. Is the 400 ft AGL absolute vertical or should it be interpreted like a tower, stay within 400 ft horizontal and below 400ft from top. Thanks