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Learn Paramotoring at Abergavenny

Listed under Flying, Gliding & Ballooning in Wales, United Kingdom.

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Paramotoring offers all the excitement, simplicity and peace of paragliding, but with an added booster: a small auxiliary motor is attached to the pilot’s back, allowing take-off from a small area of low ground and up to four hours of gentle, cruising, powered flight.

As with paragliding, full training is required first. This takes around five days, but the result is a license to paramotor from your own land using your own equipment. (A full paragliding license is required if you want to venture further.)

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