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Wing Foiling
Wing Foiling

Doing Wingfoiling you hold a wing in your hand that generates power by using the wind. You add a surfboard, in this case a Hydrofoil, on which you move. At a certain speed your board starts to come out of the water and you will slide over the water with ease.

Wing Skiing & Boarding
Wing Skiing & Boarding

With the Wing you can have fun not only in the water. Replace your foilboard with a snowboard or ski and move around in the mountains. Unlike skiing, you don't need to use the lifts anymore, because with the Wing you can cruise over flat snowy plains.

Wing Skating
Wing Skating

There is no snow right now and you are not at the beach or near by a lake? Then you can use the Wing on a skateboard and cruise over asphalt roads and squares. Especially suitable for this are pennyboards, longboards or surfskates.

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The Reschenpass

We will answer the most common questions here!

You still have questions?

Is Winging dangerous?

All water sports have inherent risks. But if you are able to estimate the conditions correctly and consider all the saftey aspects, Winging is a safe sport for everyone. Accidents always occur when weather conditions are underestimated or the own abilities are overestimated. But don’t worry! We will show you what is important to know!
We will teach you how to handle your equipment, where you should pay attention to and when it becomes dangerous. And don’t forget: Our spot, the Reschensee, is a very safe area for beginners and advanced!

How does a Wing work?

Understanding the wing is actually not that difficult. It consists of an inflatable fronttube to which a sheet is attached, much like a kite. In the middle there is either an inflatable middle strut with handles or alternatively a rigid bar. Both are used to hold on to. The wing works very similarly to a kite sail: as the wind blows in the wing’s direction, the wing lifts, driving the board and rider forward. Depending on the brand, wing sizes between 2 and 7 square metres are offered. You should know: A small wing is easier to handle, meanwhile a large wing generates more power.

Is Winging difficult?

Winging is neither particularly difficult nor particularly exhausting. You don’t have to be a top athlete or fitness crack, because it’s more about practising a technique that doesn’t require a lot of effort. So, Winging is a sport for everyone! So if you feel reasonably fit and have a healthy level of self-confidence, then you can start tomorrow!
Your big advantage is that once you have mastered the handling of the wing, you can try it out in the water, snow and asphalt! Consider: For wingfoiling, of course you should be able to swim and not be afraid of deep water.

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