Clever°Franke Weather Charts

by Paragliding Info Adminon 11/04/2014
Each year, CLEVER°FRANKE (C°F) publishes a weather chart. In these annual charts, they explore methods to visualise last year’s weather. 2013: We examined the global weather data of ±30,000 weather stations over the past 50 years. This is based on the analysis of 736,995,534 global measurements of the National Climatic Data Center measured in the […]

Over the Alps – Vol Biv Expedition

by Paragliding Info Adminon 10/04/2014
Dave Turner of Sierra Paragliding is going on a solo paragliding expedition to the European Alps, where he will be making the longest vol-biv (paraglider flying & camping) trip ever attempted. He is starting on the west side of the Alps, and will fly all the way to the eastern side, unsupported and solo, just to turn […]

Voa Seu Zé | Fly Zé

by Paragliding Info Adminon 09/03/2014
Fly Zé | Be a part of the dream 15 years ago Zé had a work related accident which injured his spine and left him paralyzed. He never received any compensation. Zé has a dream of flying. He already has an instructor dedicated to teaching him to fly a paraglider safely, with wheels. But for […]

The Boy Who Flies

by Paragliding Info Adminon 20/01/2014
Following a dream, Canadian paraglider pilot Benjamin Jordan travels to Malawi to teach children the joys of kite flying. There he meets Godfrey Masauli, a young man who has always dreamt of flying though has never had the means. The odd pair tour the country on bikes, building kites with youth while motivating them to […]

SEARCH Projects

by Paragliding Info Adminon 18/01/2014
The SEARCH team travels the World in order to go in search of secret flying spots. The SEARCH crew intends to fly in places never flown before, break records and push the boundaries of the sport. Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Vimeo | Live Tracking Share the info on...

Wings Of Kilimanjaro

by Paragliding Info Adminon 14/01/2014
In January 2013, a team of 95 adventure philanthropists came together from around the globe to help Tanzanians in need. The team, the largest group to ever climb the world’s tallest free standing mountain, Kilimanjaro, aimed to do something a little remarkable, other than just ascend the 19,340ft high peak. The team also aimed to […]