Paragliding terrains has its own specific features. It’s mainly about a good choice for your level of paragliding experience. Look for sites that are well known to pilots. Ask local people for the pros and cons of such terrain. Observe other pilots how and where they fly. Do not be provoked to make a quick start without knowing if the situation is appropriate. Learn from the mistakes of others, watch their starts and the behavior of their wings after the start. Something like that is waiting at the start time. We remind you that 90% of the risk of paragliding takes place at the starting point, when the pilot decides whether to fly or not. Strength and wind direction, other weather conditions, the right equipment, clean head – all this affects your flight’s safety or not at all.