Paragliding in Molveno Lake, Trentino,
Trentino-South Tyrol Italy
The Dolomites group is famous mostly for the snow sport activities. However, here in Trentino of Alto Adige in northern Italy, among slopes, peaks and valleys, one sport is very popular, paragliding. Paragliding is one of the few sports here, that can be practiced throughout the year.
Depending on the season, paragliding fans just change flight points. Flying to the Dolomites di Brenta gives you that unforgettable feeling of open space and absolute freedom. Overlooking the lake Molveno or the valley di Fassa while you are flying on the alpine sky is for sure a striking moment.
Keep in mind that you can enjoy paragliding in Molveno lake since it is only there where there is no wind or the wind blow from south or south-west. In any case, do not attempt flying while north winds blow!! Paragliding does not require any previous experience. Very well organized schools and instructors are at your disposal, facilitating your efforts.
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