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Paraglidingin Nepal

Safety in Paragliding

  1. The safe pilot will not fly at sites that pose an unreasonable challenge to his/her flying skills.
  2. The safe pilot will not be influenced by the possibly negative examples set by others.
  3. The safe pilot will only fly on days in which the weather is conducive to safe flight. Turbulence in all its forms is enemy #1 for a flying paraglider wing. Because paragliders have no solid support, their shape (and ability to fly) can be ruined by an errant down draft or the like. Therefore, turbulence or conditions conducive to turbulence generation is a primary factor in determining whether the weather is safe..

Overview

Paragliding is a simplest form of human flight. A paraglider is a non motorized, foot-launched inflatable wing. It is easy to transport, easy to lunch and easy to land.
The pilot sits in a harness for maximum comfort. With a paraglider, you can fly like a bird, soaring upwards on currents of air. Paragliders routinely stay aloft for 3 hours or more, climb to elevations of 15, 000. and go cross-country for vast distances.
It is an air sport like no other. With the bare minimum of equipment  – a glider and harness that all fits into a backpack -you can soar like a bird for hours on end in the right conditions. Launching can be from a hill or cliff, by winch or tow from flat ground, or even using a backpack motor (Para motoring). All you need to do is lay out the wing, connect the harness, check conditions and in as little as 3 minutes you can be up in the sky.

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