Hang Gliding Videos
Flying 2017 with good friends.
Very cold, very low cloud base day allowed for some fun a few hundred feet above the hill. Another rare opportunity.
Fun late day flight at out local site
Adventure flying with Gerolf. A flight in Slovenia trying to stay ahead of bad weather.
A short clip about my 3 favorite sites in Umbria / Italy.
Looping, spinning and rolling my T2C at variety of norcal flying sites.
Light winds and a low inversion layer, not as hot as it’s been. It all added up to small thermals bumping against the inversion layer 500 feet above the peak. Had to bank hard and push out to stay in the little rodeo cores. Got 500 feet below launch once, briefly. Test flying a Wills Wing Falcon 4 170. Nobody else was flying so I didn’t want to land in the valley and try to cadge for a ride up to get my truck. Thus I didn’t venture very far from the peak.
Zipping down a snow covered ski slope in a hang glider. Now thats hard to beat.
To share the air with these animals is something straight out of childhood dreams… but to interact with them, to play in the air together, that’s really something else — its difficult to describe. What a privilege!
A flight from Nova Gorica to snow mountains
Join Zac Majors and the Rhythm of Flight team as they thread a needle and fly through the Wilson Arch outside Moab, Utah. Filmed by Max Seigal. Shot 100% on the HERO4® camera from GoPro
Flo Orley takes us with him on board his specially tuned hang glider near Chamonix in the Alps, where we join him for high speed maneuvers, high above the ground. With the glider cutting through the air as fast as 150 km/h, man’s dream of flying has never been so close.
Enjoy the breathtaking views and video camera angles, let them whisk you away into a dream for a few minutes, knowing that the sky has no limits…
Director: Matthias Mayr
Producer: Flo Orley
Athletes: Flo Orley
World class hang-glider pilot, Matjaž Klemenčič, is known for breathtaking aerobatics and some of the most impressive hang glider flights ever taken. The 30 year old Slovenian decided to take it a step further by executing a touch-and-go landing on the wing of a sail plane, flying side-by-side over the Soča river in Slovenia.