“Vindreken - One of Norway’s most painted mountains
A 2.2km trail leads up 1200m+
Making for a 50+degree hike straight up a ridge to the top Of this deep rocky goodness.
To Share it all with a brother makes it all the more special :) @malachitempleton”
@jamie_lee_speedflyer shares another epic ride from his Norwegian journey 🇳🇴
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On the cover: Cloud surfing the Pacific coast with the M7.
Pilot: Alex Colby @flykahana
Photo by @jorgeatramiz
The Kendall Mountain Film Festival is an incredibly diverse celebration of mountain culture, with films, speakers, and creative submissions from all corners of the mountain world. Ozone is proud to be supporting this event and to once again have several adventure flying films in the event. If you’re in this part of the world next month, don’t miss it!
The new Z6 contains several performance breakthroughs in the intermediate category, while taking passive safety to the highest level yet! A refined SharkNose leading edge, optimised line plan for 20% drag reduction, a new blend of materials to improve durability and reduce weight, the Z6 is the most advanced Buzz to date.
-20% Reduction in Overall Line Drag
-Refined SharkNose Profile
-G-String Leading Edge
For more on the Buzz Z6 Hit the Link in BIO
“Just another one of the beautiful lines that we got to fly in the Balestrand area while we were stranded waiting for a new propeller for the boat. It wasn’t a bad place to be stuck:)
Here we are flying from a mountain called Tjuatoten (1098 m)” @malachitempleton
Stay tuned for more on @malachitempleton and @jamie_lee_speedflyer‘s adventure in Norway 🇳🇴
“The mountain area Baltoro-Muztagh around K2, Broad Peak and Concordia offers some of the most breathtaking views on this planet and I highly recommend a visit to everybody. The chance to then fly with the paraglider from these 8000m giant peaks is a dream come true and the experience of a lifetime!
The XXLite 2 offered amazing takeoff performance even with the very thin air at 8000m. Airspeed is much higher though and manoeuvres become more violent, so when I did some wingovers they became exertive very quickly and g-loads were surprisingly high 😉.
In addition to the stunning views in flight, getting down with the glider only takes ten minutes opposed to about eight hours of rather boring walking down.
Overall, a pretty unique experience!”
Pilot: Eduard Wagner @eduard.ulysses
Edit: Edgar Brigel
Music: Andreas Suttner