Paragliding is not a sport for the unadventurous or uncertain. It takes a lot of time and money on training before you can go out. Even more if you do so without a club. In order to start you must contact one of the BHPAs training schools. You have to complete a 10 day course before you can fly outside the school and pass any assessment they give you, costing about £900. If on continuing you then buy your own equipment it will cost probably more than £2000(if second hand). Use the BHPA to find clubs or training schools at www.bhpa.co.uk.
Showing 1 to 10 of 10
Axis paragliding and Paramotoring, A small BHPA registered training School, based in AbergavennyAberdyfi, Gwynedd
Jet stream adventure sports specialises in beginners parachuting and skydiving courses across the UK including FREE charity jumps.,
Kitesurfing / Kiteboarding can be an extreme and exciting sport but now there is a full time Kitesurfing School giving kitesurfing lessons daily on the North Wales coast. Run by Steve Jones IKO Level 2 Senior Kitesurfing Instructor and based in Kinmel Bay where there is 3 miles of quiet Beach.
Paraventure is a dedicated paragliding and paramotoring centre covering mostly South Wales and the West Country regions. We are based at the World Heritage site of Blaenavon South Wales within easy reach of the M4 and the A40. We specialise in select, highly personal paragliding training either with very small groups or one on one private tuition, with up to date paragliding equipment and as a result we produce skilled and confidence pilots. Your paragliding lessons and courses will be taught by either Paul Williams, Chris White, or both, who are listed as two of the countries best known instructors with over 32 years experience between them. To learn more about why our standards are so high, how we do things differently and why we are regarded as one of the best paragliding and paramotoring training schools in the country please visit our website.,