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Paragliding is one of the few sports that can offer the freedom of the skies to soar like birds floating on thermals that take you places unimaginable on the ground, one of the major reasons for the sports popularity is the ease in which you can learn and the compact nature of the equipment.

  • Narint Lohathong
    One of the pioneer free flyers in Thailand.
    Tandem Paraglider and Paramotor pilot.
    Qualified in Australia as Hang Glider pilot
    and Japan as paragliding instructor.
    Now the honorary president of The Thailand Glider Club.
    Helps with the organisation of competitions and events in Thailand.

    Thai National and English speaker
    Tel: +66 38622030 Mob: +66 81-8152702
    email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    http://www.thaiparagliding.com .. traininghill albumn!

Tandem flight Brief before fly
Wind so strong Fly like a birds
So Happy Me to :)

 
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Paragliding News

  • Paragliders fish from 500 feet above the Black Sea

    Interesting angle! Daredevil duo come up with a new way to catch lunch while tandem paragliding 500ft above the Black Sea - and they even hook FOUR fish as they enjoy a cuppa and the view Fishing has been brought to new heights in a video taken by two paragliders casting their lines into the Black Sea while drifting 500 feet in the air near northern Turkey. The two men are seen hanging in the air above a coastal area with a picnic table and bait bucket sandwiched between them.

  • Paraglider pilot injured after crashing into Norfolk B&B

    The daredevil smashed into the chimney of Wellington House in Cromer, Norfolk, before plunging to the ground as shocked guests looked on. The victim, who's not been named, suffered serious injuries to his arm and head in the freak crash just before 1.15pm.

  • Five epic ways to experience a golden fall in Aspen

    The term "leaf peeping" was born in New England, but when a town is named after a tree itself, it's a clue that the popular autumn pastime is just as good - dare we say better - than anywhere else. Coloradans and droves of visitors go crazy to catch the fall colors, which peak in Aspen in late September.