Paragliding in Lauchert, Stuttgart, Baden-Wuerttemberg Germany

Slightly slopped
Take off altitude:
757 m/2484 ft
Wind direction:
Wind speed:
1-2 knots
Stuttgart is situated in southern Germany and is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg. It is the sixth biggest city in Germany and is surrounded by a ring of smaller towns. The area is called Stuttgart Region.

Lauchert lies at 98 km/60 mi in the south of Stuttgart. Lauchert is a very popular place as it fulfills somehow the man’s greatest dream, which is flying. That dream sometimes might be easier than you thing, if you try paragliding. In Stuttgart at the Swabian Alps, paragliding is widely performed on the spot.

Even if you are completely novice, there’s no need to worry about since there are lessons, conducted on the spot, initiating practitioners techniques on how to fly. Fasten your seat belt and you are ready to go! The terrain is slightly slopped but is perfect for you to take off! The take off point is found at 48.2999 N, 9.19112 E. The altitude of the spot is at 757 m/2483 ft high. Average wind direction is northwest and northeast and wind speed is 1-2 knots.

Feel the air on your face and enjoy the magnificent view of the Swabian Alps. Feasibility depends on wind and rain. Necessary equipment as helmet and harness will be provided. You should wear sport rain suitable clothing and bring footwear. So don’t wait any more, make your dream come true! Call and book a flight!