Up to three take-offs, depending on the wind direction.
As the site is really popular, you should not fly if no pilots are around. At least you should wonder why...
Hassle-free landing with restaurants, flying shops...
You may use the funiculaire (cable train) to get up to take-off to save a car retrieve.
Check opening hours and timetable on the website (http://www.funiculaire.fr/) for a scenic journey up to take-off.
Read instructions at landing prior to flying.
1 to December
MSA - 41A route des Jeunes
1227 Carouge SWITZERLAND
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APPI provides a paragliding license based on a high quality of paragliding, and an education system that is recognised internationally among all APPI schools worldwide, and partner Associations and Federations.
APPI certifications awarded to a pilot is internal to the APPI system, and shows no particular right in the country where the activity is done, unless APPI is recognized by the legal authority managing free flight in that country. Your paragliding activity must comply with the laws of the country in which it is performed. Check with the local federation if such an agreement exists. In some countries, APPI is the official education system.