High Flyer is ready to show you all about paragliding and take you up into the sky, letting you experience paragliding at its best!!!
While we love to teach, we are more passionate about learning ourselves. All our tandem pilots are professionals and very experienced with a excellent safety record. It’s fun, safe and easy!
We fly every day, and inculcate this enthusiasm for free flight into Joyrides as well.
We take 2 month off from flying is an yearly break in the month of July and August, as monsoon reaches at Naukuchiatal. So fly in rainy season is not possible.
Have you ever dreamed of flying like a bird?
One of the best way to go Paragliding, fly tandem.
Take to the sky with our highly experienced instructors. You can experience the thrill of paragliding. During the flying you will be above the mountain and views are breathtaking. You will find paradise.
You do not need any experience or knowledge, just the desire to fly and follow your instructor’s guidance on positions for take off, time spent in the air and landing.
High Flying : 3000 ft above sea level or 20-30 minute
Medium Flying : 2000 ft above sea level or 5-10 minute
Location: 3 Km from Bhimtal lake. road adjecent to SBI towards Nakuchiatal, on the Junglia Gaon Road.
Tandem Flights: Weight of the flyer should be between 15 Kg to 80 Kg.
Winter Timings: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Summer Timings: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Fly time for normal ride would be 4 to 10 mins depending on wind conditions.
High flying will be around 20 to 40 minutes depending on wind conditions.
- The paraglider is a wing, rather than a parachute, having the ability to glide forwards rather than to simply descend vertically.
- Launching a paraglider requires a short run along a gentle slope.
- Once in flight, the pilot steers the paraglider and controls where he wishes to go.
- The paraglider flys at a speed of around 35 – 40 kph / 20 – 25 mph.
- It is quite possible to fly without wind as there is always air !
- The pilot is loosely and comfortably buckled into a harness which offers support in both the standing and sitting positions.
- Landing involves lining up for an approach into wind, and just before touching down, ‘flaring’ the wing to minimise vertical and/or horizontal speed.