From Our Editors
Thanks to Lone Star FlyBoard, 5-15 minutes is all it takes for a person to learn how to fly. On Lake Conroe, these fliers soar to up to 35 feet in the air, skim along the water's surface, or dive into the lake itself. The secret to this supernatural ability lies at the end of a 55-foot hose, which pumps water at high pressure to send flyers soaring through the air. This FlyBoard system relies on simple controls, which people use to maneuver with the ease of the world's most confident dolphins. Certified instructors cover the essentials prior to flights.