Soar like an eagle and discover the purest form of flight. Enjoy a breathtaking aerial voyage over Lookout Mountain and experience the unique thrill of hang gliding.
Once secured in the harness, you and your instructor will be towed into the air behind a microlight. At a height of around 1,500ft the rope is released, the microlight pulls away and you're free to soar and circle lazily in the thermal currents above the landscape, with incredible views of mountains, pastures, forests and the sky.
See Lookout Mountain in all its panoramic glory and experience the unparalleled sensation of hang gliding. Flying without a motor is a quiet, simple, and beautiful experience.
No experience necessary for this amazing voyage of discovery, just a sense of adventure!
Enjoy a tandem hang gliding experience to remember at the largest and most successful full time hang gliding school and resort in the United States. This mountain launch and landing zone, is the best in the country, amid 55 beautiful acres of rolling hills and pasture land.
Set in a 110-acre mountain resort, the facility offers camping and lodging as well as swimming pool, volleyball court, shaded pavilions and more.
Tandem flights take place daily from 10 am until 4 pm or 6 pm depending on sunset. Hang gliding is weather dependent. In the instance that your flight is postponed, you will be offered a mutually convenient alternative date.
- Check in
- Short video demonstrating the characteristics of the hang glider
- Meet your certified instructor
- Ground school and safety briefing
- Head to the launch zone where you will be strapped into the hang glider
- Fly to 1,800ft behind an ultralight plane
- Actual flying time is 12-20 minutes depending on the conditions.
Allow two hours of time for the entire experience including check-in, a brief ground school and your flight.
All tandems are towed into the sky behind an ultralight airplane, designed specifically for the purpose. This means that your tandem flight will launch and land on wheels. Both you and your tandem pilot will be flying, launching and landing in a prone, lying down, position. No running is involved.
awesome!!! everyone was amazing!
12 January, 2012