Paragliding In South Korea August 8, 2013
Paragliding South Korea Denny Mountain (데니산) Learning to paraglide in the desert of Utah left me a little unprepared for the near jungle conditions of South Korea’s steep mountain launch sites. I have seen more then 3 pilots land in
Hundreds of feet above the houses below, this glider speeds through the sky. The sun is setting and casts a surreal glow to the skyline. A slow shutter speed calls for a tricky shot as I have to perfectly mimmic
Taking to the Skies or should I say Taken by the Skies How to describe flying: A silent retreat to lofty heights, A priceless front row seat to the setting sun, Effortless gliding away from the world and its troubles,
Are you Paraglider Pilot Material? 1. What dose “flying” mean to you? A) Terrifying concept, keep it to yourself! B) A great adventure C) Financial ruin 2. What is a Paraglider? A) A triangle wing that looks like a big
Sunset over Draper, view from Point of the Mountain Tandem Flight Evening day one, after a morning of awesome flying off the bunny slope on Southside and an afternoon of hiking we arrive at the point of the mountain Northside.
Paragliding PUSHED OUT OF THE NEST Sunrise Southside, Point of the mountain It all starts here 5:00 AM and the seemingly harmless wrist watch (Suunto Core) on my right arm fills the sleepy tent with its not so harmonious morning