Everyone's had the dream: you're soaring above some beautiful ocean or mountain range, seeing the world with a vantage point normally only afforded to birds or sightseeing superheroes. That vision is made real at San Diego Parasailing Adventures, where captains licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard have been helping people fly for more than 25 years. Up to three passengers can parasail at a time, with each flight lasting up to 8 minutes during the hour-and-a-half excursion. All parasails are winch direct, meaning you take off and land from the boat, thus cutting out the unnecessary step of having a pelican carry you back down in its beak.
Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Torrey Pines Gliderport is a go-to lunch spot.
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Soboba Mountain's steep face and large, flat landing area make it seem as though it were made for the sport of speedflying. The adrenaline sport is similar to paragliding, but—as the name implies—is much faster. Speedfliers launch themselves into the air from the top of a mountain and zoom down its face attached to a parachute-like wing that they steer. But unlike paragliders, they remain close to the slope the entire way down to preserve their momentum and keep the journey exciting.
Speedfly California introduces total beginners to the sport with a variety of comprehensive classes, too, plus traditional paragliding classes. Some run for a full day, while others, in which students earn their P2 and M1 solo flying ratings, might take around a week. Each session is taught by an experienced speedflier and gets participants into the air for hands-on practice.
If you want to fly, you have to start on the ground, at least momentarily. That's where Atmosphere Paragliding School comes in. They train students to become expert paragliders over several months. In a series of classes, instructors teach everything from very basic 30-foot launches to complex understandings of flight including thermalling and micro-meteorology. During the first two months, the school provides all of the equipment until students are ready to progress to the intermediate level. And, for those want to kiss the sky before they take the plunge, the school also offers tandem paragliding lessons that allow riders to take in sights such as the cliffs of Palos Verdes, while the instructor does most of the work.
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