Ozone have released photos of their Red Bull X-Alps glider and harness being flown by X-Alps athlete Martin Muller
GIN’s newly certified paraglider for the Red Bull X-Alps was spotted on launch in Annecy at the weekend.
Follow Felix Wolk as he rolls down to Spain to fly the endless winds of the Pyrenees.
Judith Mole throws her washing – numerous times…
‘Wind does not establish itself in complex terrain in a nice even manner. Here it is helpful to apply metaphors such as tongues and ramps’
It’s a monster mission – to fly the length of the Alps. As the Red Bull X-Alps looms into view, Auréliane Ghigi and Francois le Hen reveal how last year they planned and flew their very own 950km Alpine vol-bivouac adventure…
What do you do when you’re stuck in really strong sink?
The Advance Epsilon 7 has been reviewed by Greg Hamerton of FlyBubble Paragliding in the UK. Here’s the video.
With the Red Bull X-Alps on the horizon we asked athletes, organisers and Alex Hofer what they thought of the route…
Advance are known for their sleek harnesses and attention to detail, so when they produced the latest version of their recreational harness, the Axess 3 Air we bagged one to try.
BGD is the new paraglider manufacturer with Bruce Goldsmith at the helm – and their latest glider is the EN C Tala.
Tim Pentreath has been on the hunt for the killer free-flight app ever since he got his iPhone. Now he thinks he’s found it.
The newly-formed World Paragliding Series has cancelled its first event
Andrew Craig, a competition first-timer, went along to the GIN Wide Open to out what it was all about – and made goal!
As the world celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest, Cross Country magazine editor Ed Ewing takes a look at the history of free flight on the highest mountain in the world.
Andy Pag reports from the Bornes to Fly, a three-day hike-and-fly race around Annecy
With the Paragliding World Championships due to happen in Sopot, Bulgaria, this summer, European Paragliding Champion Yassen Savov gives us a rundown of the area – including some of the amazing flying he’s done this year so far
The pilot list for the Paragliding World Championships 2013 has been published.
The North South Cup, 6-9 May 2013 will go down in history as the biggest weekend in British paragliding history. It saw the British Declared Record broken by 13 pilots, with numerous other 100+ km flights from the Milk Hill area of Wiltshire, UK. Here’s a round-up and photo gallery…
Burkhard Martens, author of the best-selling book Thermal Flying, has published a new book