Paragliding – Tandemflights

We fly at Zwölferhorn mountain in St. Gilgen at Wolfgangsee lake and at Gaisberg mountain in Salzburg!

In our online calendar you can see on which  days we offer tandem flights and which appointments are still available!

Here you can reserve your appointment right away!

After your resevation and you will receive a booking confirmation with all the relevant informations.

Current info: We are in the winter season. The Zwölferhorn cable car has been running again with new prices since November 18th, 2022. The wind and snow on the Zwölferhorn are rather unfavorable in winter and make it difficult if not impossible to start with a tandem. Since the Gaisberg is favored by the upwind in westerly winds and less snow. That’s why we only occasionally offer online appointments in the morning. Our goal is to guarantee you a good flight. If you book an appointment, you have no risk. This would of course be canceled free of charge if the conditions are not good enough. From January to March we are more of a flight break and do not offer online appointments. You are welcome to make an enquiry.

From April onwards things really get going again! Our best flight months on the Zwölferhorn are May to October. From May it will be a little warmer again and the thermals will make longer flights possible again!

Choose your appointment here:

(click with the mouse on the date you would like to book, for the next month please click > on the top left of the calendar)

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Can’t find your desired date? Then give us a call!

We usually fly on the Zwölferhorn in St. Gilgen.
Other flying mountains in the region can be, depending on the wind, Loser mountain in Altaussee, Gaisberg mountain close to Salzburg.

Please ask for additional dates and mountains by phone 0043 699 108 717 98 or send us a request to 

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Here you can find the GoogleMap-Links to the meeting points:

Google Maps Link Meetingpoint Zwölferhorn

Google Maps Link Meetingpoint Loser

Google Maps Link Meetingpoint Gaisberg