A Wing Built For Two


Tandem flights are a great introduction into the sport, or just something exciting to do (similar to skydiving or bungee jumping, only the rush lasts for the entire flight -- and you can be in control). Tandems are also useful for beginner and intermediate pilots to brush up on skills, maneuvers, or thermalling technique.


Tandem flights are the sweet result of a simple recipe: a wing large enough to hold two people, an instructor and a passenger. Each person is seated comfortably in their own harness which are attached together, with the passenger in front and the pilot behind.


Once this configuration is soaring, the pilot can easily talk to the passenger and explain how to control the paraglider. If the conditions are right and the passenger is willing, the pilot may turn the controls over to the passenger and let them experience what it is like to fly a freeflight craft. Bring your camera, because this is an experience you won't ever forget! Tandem flights usually last around 20-30 minutes.


We offer tandem flights 7 days a week year round both in the mornings and evenings.




AM/PM Tandems at the Point of the Mountain $195 Flight


Video Packages available for all Tandems $35


Find out more information on our tandem flights here.


Once you have purchased your tandem flight, please call, text, or email the shop to schedule a date. Thank you!


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Tandem Flight

Zach on 12th Jan 2022

This was an amazing experience. Our pilot was Brian and he took my wife and I each on our own flight. It was a perfect balance of relaxing flying and exciting (a little scary) turns and flips. He did a great job at making the flight interesting and making you feel safe and comfortable up there. Definitely worth it.

Mixed Feelings

Megan Bruschke on 10th Aug 2020

My 16 year old son went paragliding with Cloud Nine Paragliding and his experience was disappointing to say the least. The flight instructor was 30 minutes late, which meant that they were rushed trying to get ready and get off the mountain. When they finally did get off the mountain, my son's flight was less than 5 minutes. The pilot indicated that they had hit a bad patch of air and had to take them down. I was, of course, grateful that she was contentious of safety; however, I would have appreciated if the company would have offered my son an additional flight on another day. Less than 5 minutes of flight time was NOT what we were expecting for $175. Customer service was less than impressive and in the end, we left feeling pretty disillusioned with the whole experience.