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AEROSPORTS IN INDIA

Himachal In the world of Flying,Aerosports is one of the newest sports. Paraglider (also called as canopy or wing) is aerodynamic arc of cloth wing made up of nylon, designed to fly through air. Paraglider is not same as parasailing which is a round parachute with vents and towed by car or a boat, or Para jumping/ Base jumping where a similar resembling wing is used (wing size is smaller than a paraglider and less glide ratio). The canopy is made up of polyester ripstop nylon. The suspension lines attached to the canopy surface integrate and are attached to the harness (it is a seat in which pilot seats) for the Pilot, that's you.

Banglore The major and the most important point that every adventure lover should keep in mind is leave the fear behind. If you are scared to take up the challenge, its better to leave, don't prove a point when you do not have the guts to prove it. Because like any other adventure sport risk factor, in air sports too the risk factor is your life and you certainely do not have any right to endanger others life too.

The wing is spread on a mountain slope with safe open area. The lines are checked for tangles and then the canopy is attached to the harness. Then Pilot goes through pre flight checks and then began with running down the slope. The canopy is inflated and comes overhead and in few more steps with a touch of brakes, the Pilot is air born. The glider is controlled by pulling down the control lines, one at a time to turn and both brakes for landing.

PARAGLIDING

Jammu Paragliding is a brand new form of sport flying, which offers perhaps the easiest and most fun way for almost anyone to realize the age-old dream of personal flight.

The basic skills are easy to learn, the equipment is simple, light in weight, and relatively inexpensive compared to any other type of aircraft.

Paragliders have originated in Europe and were initially developed from ram air parachutes but have evolved over the years into high performance flying wings. Today's Paraglider is an elliptically shaped wing made of special non-porous material usually rip-stop nylon or the like.

The paraglider pilot launches by 'inflating' the paraglider canopy over his head and then running down the slope of the hill, into the prevailing breeze, until the canopy lifts him away from the surface of the earth. Also like hang gliding, paragliding is unpowered flight, with none of the complications that otherwise arise from the use of an engine. In the smooth, calm air of early morning or evening, a paraglider pilot can, with a few easy steps, launch himself from any convenient hillside or mountaintop and glide smoothly and silently to a gentle landing hundreds or even thousands of feet below. And even if this were the only experience offered by the sport of paragliding, it would well be worth it for those of us who have dreamed throughout our lifetimes of imitating the simple, unencumbered flight of the birds.

Himachai But paragliding offers more.for in the more active air of midday, a paraglider pilot with more advanced skills and experience can launch into soaring conditions, where rising parcels of sun heated air can carry paraglider and pilot aloft, sometimes thousands of feet above the point of launch, and allow for sustained flights of up to several hours.

One of the greatest appeals of paragliding is the elegant simplicity of the sport; from the equipment required to the techniques involved. The paraglider wing itself is a mere 15 pounds of nylon or Dacron cloth, fabricated into a series of ram air inflatable cells, to which is sewn an array of thin supporting lines which attach to the pilot's harness. The entire system will fit in a corner of the trunk of your car, or onto a backpack that you can take with you on a hike.

While beginning skills of paragliding are easy to learn and practice, safe flying on one's own requires a broad range of skills, knowledge of airmanship and weather as well as operating limitations of a paraglider. But all that properly taken into account, the paraglider is a wonderfully simple and elegant piece of equipment for the achievement of such lofty goals as personal flight, and remains probably the most accessible form of personal flight yet developed.

Our planet has a treasure of remote and beautiful places just waiting to be explored. With nothing more than thin line and nylon cloth, something mankind has dreamt about since time began, can be yours. Free flight. To fly with the birds as they fly. To quietly explore your world from their view. There are no limits and let there be none, least only the once you set yourself!

Himachal Garhwal makes para gliders paradise, with the Great Himalayas in North and the plains of Terai region in the south. The unique topography makes Garhwal an excellent destination for both experinced and beginner para gliders. Joy rides as well as trauining courses are also availabe for Paragliding in Garhwal. While joy rides are ususally tandem flights, accompained by a trained flier, training are for those who are new to paragliding and para sailing. Some ideal gliding sites include Naukutchiyatal in Nainital, Dayara Bugyal, Pratap Nagar, Dhanolti Ridge in Garhwal and Bedni Bugyal in Kumaon.

Billing in Himachal is a renowned Paragliding site and to check out the panoramic views of the Dhauladhar ranges. Solang makes a good beginner site in Paragliding. Bijli Mahadev is an excellent site for hill launching and has ideal conditions for thermal soaring. This ridge site can be approached fom Kullu and landing can be made at the Bhuntar airport. Another popular site in Bandla ridge, near Bilaspur at a height of 2, 600ft. Some other paragliding sites are located in the Trans-Himalayan region of Himachal, that is Lahaul & Spiti, Arhaul-Anu near Rohru and Garhalla Talab in Chopal in Shimla district.

The open country-side of Rajasthan also offers gliding oppurtunites that can prove remarkable, and with permission from civil aviation authorities, these may be organised in several cities of Rajasthan where there are runways and strips available. These include Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner and Kota.

Joy rides as well as trauining courses are also availabe for Paragliding in Garhwal. While joy rides are ususally tandem flights, accompained by a trained flier, training are for those who are new to paragliding and para sailing. Some ideal gliding sites include Naukutchiyatal in Nainital, Dayara Bugyal, Pratap Nagar, Dhanolti Ridge in Garhwal and Bedni Bugyal in Kumaon.

HANG GLIDING

Sarhan Valley A hang-glider is quite heavy (almost 55 kg in weight), bulky, and much complicated object. It takes around half of an hour to open the glider and almost the same time to pack it. The technicalities are more complex than, say, a para-glider and the risks more. But, then, what is in adventure if some element of r