This landout site is best only used if you want to be towed out again with a tow plane because a road retrieve will be difficult (closed gates, locked gates, train tracks, boggy ground) and take a long time. In the first map below you can see the location of L125 relative to some of the other landout sites and nearby lakes. L125 is directly north of Purple Hill. The white rectangle shows the area of the second (detailed) map. The yellow numbers on the second map correspond the numbers below the other photos so you know where each photo was taken.
This landout site consists of 2 parts, the first – southern – part has direction 122/302 and is about 450 meters long. The second part – northern – is directly connected to the first part but differs in angle by 30 degrees making it’s direction 152/332, it’s also noticeably longer, about 600 meters. At the southern end of the southern part there are overhead power lines (shown as a red line on the detailed map), make sure if landing from the south-east that you are high enough to make it past the power lines!