Paragliding is a thrilling and exhilarating sport that allows individuals to soar through the skies, taking in stunning views from high above. However, like any other sport, it is crucial to ensure that your paraglider is in top condition to ensure your safety.

One essential aspect of paragliding maintenance is the annual inspection of your paraglider. This inspection is vital in detecting any potential issues or wear and tear that may compromise the safety and performance of your equipment. It is recommended that all paragliders undergo an annual inspection by a  experienced technician to ensure that they are safe to fly.

During the inspection process, the technician will carefully examine all parts of the paraglider, including the lines, canopy, and raisers. They will look for any signs of damage, such as fraying or tears, and check for proper functioning of all components. The lines will be inspected for wear and tear, and the canopy will be checked for any signs of damage.

Any issues or potential problems that are detected during the inspection will be promptly addressed and repaired to ensure that the paraglider is safe to use.

Ultimately, the annual inspection of your paraglider is essential in maintaining its safety and performance. By ensuring that your equipment is in top condition, you can enjoy your paragliding adventures with peace of mind, knowing that you are flying with reliable and well-maintained gear. So, don't forget to schedule your annual inspection to keep your paraglider in top shape and ready for your next high-flying adventure.


Standard Annual Inspection

Measure the length of all lines with laser

Assess line strength

Test fabric porosity



Full Annual Inspection

Everything included in Standard Annual inspection plus

Inspection of the canopy

Assessment of the risers

Examine lines for damage

Rate the overall condition of the wing