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How can I get to Bir Billing?
Where is Bir Billing Located?
Best way or How can I go Delhi to Bir Billing?
Bir is located in Baijnath Tehsil of Kangra District in Himachal Pradesh. Paragliding Town Bir is 30 km from Palampur and 70 km from Famous hill station Dharamshala or Macleodganj. Bir is 70 km from Mandi which is on the way to Manali and 550 km from Delhi
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Bir, Village and Post Office Bir – 176011
Tehrict – Baijnath,
State – Himachal Pradesh – India.
Altitude of Bir- 1525 meters from Sea Level (5032 fts).
Altitude of Billing- 2430 meters from Sea Level (8020 fts).
Where is paragliding most popular?
Is Paragliding Open in Bir Billing?
When should I visit Bir Billing?
How far can paragliders go?
Is Bir Billing Paragliding Open in December?
How long do paragliders last?
Paragliding is Open in Bir Billing as below season periods.
1.Paragliding Open in Bir Billing – 15 Sept to 30 June every Year. Book trips of Paragliding.
2.Paragliding close in Bir Billing – 1 July to 14 September every Year.
Paragliding in Bir as per season:-
Oct to Mid December – This is best time for paragliding in Bir as per climatic condition of Valley, weather is favorable for long flights also. Many solo pilots from various countries flying here to experience best conditions for paragliding.
Mid December to Mid February is good time to see snow in the valley. All mountains covered with snow here during this period. Even One can see Snow near paragliding take off point (depend upon snowfall). Best time to experience Snow and paragliding.
Sometime road closed for few kilometres due to snow on road, so one can trek for few kilometres to reach paragliding take off point Billing. Paragliding is even open during this snow weather. Only close if snowfall happen or rain at the that and resume after that once conditions clears up.
Mid Fed to Mid April is also good or best time to do paragliding due to weather conditions and also good for long flights, one can see snow in higher peaks during this period, climate is cold to moderate in Bir Billing during this period.
Mid April to Last week of June is busy time here at Bir Billing for paragliding due to holiday’s period. Weather is windy sometime. Paragliding is suggested for morning sessions to enjoy best experience. Sunset is also good but weather is unpredictable here, its cloudy or rainy in evening. Post 20 June paragliding is uncertain due to pre-monsoon rains and close any time in last week of June due to weather conditions
What is the cost of paragliding in Bir Billing?
Paragliding cost is INR 2000/- Per person for authorized Paragliding Team with License pilots with good equipment of paragliding.
Is there a weight limit for paragliding?
Paragliding weight limit is 30-90 kg, if weight is between 90-115 kg the paragliding team charge INR 500/- extra and also decide it at the time of paragliding, depending upon fitness of person.
Above price include your 16 km drive from Bir (Landing area) to Billing (Take off point). Supplement charges for GOPRO camera is INR 500/- for video.
Is Bir Billing Paragliding Safe?
Paragliding at Bir Safe?
Are paragliders dangerous?
Is paragliding easy?
Visit Safety measures and more information on safety used for paragliding?
Paragliding is Safe in Bir Billing depend upon paragliding Team selected and their Equipment used for paragliding. Best team for paragliding in Bir is Mr Arvind, Mr Vijay Soni, Mr Ajay and Mr Gurupreet Dindsa.
How do you do paragliding?
What do you wear paragliding?
How do paragliders stay in the air?
What do you wear parasailing?
2. Harness to attach with you and pilot.
3. Need to wear full pant, Shoes, Jacket in winters, Gloves in winters,
4. Sun glasses, Sunscream.
5. You can take a anti vomit pills and there is 16 km mountain rite to paragliding take off point. It takes 30 to 45 min to reach. Most of the driver drives fast.
Can you go paragliding in the rain?
No paragliding activity in Rain, snowfall, fog/cloud at take off point, storm, strong wind, but paragliding resume after that.
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