I'm fairly new to wingsuit flying.
My flights so far have been at several "large" dropzones, where there is a lot of open space available.
Next weekend I'm planning to visit a smaller dropzone, and I'm a bit concerned about my flightplan:
On my FFC I've learned, that I have to keep out of the "red zone" (the zone, where other skydivers (ff, rw, and such) are flying).
To stay out of that zone, I have either to cross a river or to cross some power lines, a small strip of trees and an train line.
So, what do you suggest? Cross the river, cross the other stuff (trees, power lines, train line) or skip wingsuiting at this place?
Edit: On my FFC I also learned, that wingsuiter 1 goes "right", wingsuiter 2 goes "left" and so on (or vice versa), to get some separation between the individual wingsuiters.
On that dropzone, there are almost no "outs" across the river, whereas there are plenty "outs" across the train-line.
So, I would prefer to cross the train line, but how do I coordinate that with other wingsuiters on the same load?