A heavenly adventure

Paragliding on the Belalp

Belalp, a picturesque high plateau in the Swiss Alps, offers paragliders an unforgettable experience. With breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and the Rhone Valley, this region is a true paradise for aerial enthusiasts. Paragliding on the Belalp promises thrills, freedom and an incomparable experience of nature.

Paragliding in winter is a very special variation of this fascinating sport that offers unforgettable adventures for experienced pilots and novices alike. It combines the breathtaking freedom of flying with the unique beauty of the winter landscapes.


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The silence of the winter landscape

In winter, the world is often surrounded by a silent, magical atmosphere. The fresh blanket of snow lends a special calm to the surroundings and creates a unique acoustic silence. Paragliding allows you to enjoy this silence to the fullest as the gliders glide silently through the air.

Spectacular views

Winter landscapes are renowned for their unparalleled beauty. Paragliding allows pilots to admire majestic mountains, snow-covered forests and frozen lakes from a bird's eye view. The clear air and glistening snowy landscape make for spectacular panoramic views.

Unique flying adventures

During winter, paragliders can experience unique flying adventures, such as flights over icy streams, gorges or snowy peaks. It is an opportunity to experience nature in its winter splendour from a completely new perspective.

Paragliding in winter is undoubtedly a unique and unforgettable experience. It combines the freedom of flying with the beauty of winter and creates memories that will last a lifetime.


Would you like to discover your holiday region from high above? Simply send an online request and they will get back to you as soon as possible. Or call spontaneously and maybe you'll take off together today.

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© CC-BY-ND | © / Pascal Gertschen

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