Autumn cloud fills the valley as hike-and-fly pilots fly from the summit of the Dent de Crolles at the Coupe Icare in the Alps. We cover that and more in the November 2021 issue.
More than 20,000 pilots entered their flights into the 2020 XContest – and Veso Ovcharov came out top. We check out who won what.
We meet Egor Posokhin, a former miner from Siberia who is Russia’s new (and first) acro champion.
Advance’s new Sigma 11 (EN C) has been redesigned to give it added character and make it more fun to fly. Brian Steele flies one 100km out-and-return through the Alps to find out what it’s like
It’s competition season in Canungra, but these sites in Australia work all year round. Local pilot Allen Weinberg gives us the inside track on how to fly here.
Soaring is one of the first skills we learn as new pilots. But as Burkhard Martens explains, from playing on the sand dunes at the coast to climbing out above the cloud tops, this most basic skill can truly take us places.
Paraglider pilot and strength and endurance coach Ben Abruzzo on how stay fit-to-fly even when the pressure is on.
Resident weather guru Honza Rejmanek compares real-world nowcasting with online weather apps on a vol-bivouac adventure through Switzerland.
After nearly 50 years in California Wills Wing is heading south – to Valle de Bravo in Mexico. New partners Steve Pearson, Rudy Gotes and Jessica Koerner tell us why and what it means for hang glider pilots everywhere.
Lockdown didn’t have to mean locked in. Photographer Felix Wölk spent his exploring the local mountains with walking distance of his home in the Piave Valley in the southern Dolomites.
The Chartreuse-fuelled free-flight fair north of Grenoble was smaller this year but just as much fun. We round up the news and showcase the highlights.