A week-long international, stress-free competition for pilots flying EN-A, B or C wings. Providing a learning environment for experienced XC pilots new to competition, the week includes task briefings and de-briefings as well as a number of social events.Expand page for more details
Laragne is the best known of the local sites . Many Paraglider and most Hang glider pilots will have heard of Laragne Chabre, but only recently have paraglider pilots discovered how good it is. Although it is better known to the Germans, Swiss, Czechs, Belgians etc.Expand page for more details
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Registration will open on
22/01 19:00 (Europe/Paris)
Live trackers supplied
The organiser will supply Live trackers to you, for safety and scoring
The region supports helicopter rescues
Good phone coverage
The region generally has good phone coverage
We will be monitoring radios for your safety whilst you fly
Live trackers mandatory
Live Tracking is MANDATORY in this event to score. The organiser will provide the trackers.
There will be vehicles supplied to take you to launch
There will be retrieve vehicles available to return pilots to HQ
The organisers will download the tracklogs at HQ for scoring
The organisers are using Airtribune for registration, tracking, blogging and to publish scores
Maps are supplied
The organisers will give you printed maps at registration
The organisers will give you an ID card with all the essential items listed
The organisers will have free WiFi available at HQ
There will be an organised party during or after the event
There will be live music or a DJ at the event
You will receive a tshirt or other welcome gift
- OVERALL Class
A week-long international, stress-free competition for pilots flying EN-A, B or C wings. Providing a learning environment for experienced XC pilots new to competition, the week includes task briefings and de-briefings as well as a number of social events. Sponsored by Ozone and Cross Country Magazine, the Meet Director is Jocky Sanderson. Now in its 16th year, the event is organised by local club, Chabre Vol Libre (English-speaking).
Selection and entry fee
Number of Rookies
Number of women
Numbers of Fun, Recreation and Sport class gliders
Plus: A number of ‘wild card’ places allocated by the organisers for sponsors and to complete teams.
Entry fee will be 300 euros (TBC) for pilots flying non-Ozone gliders and 280 euros for pilots flying Ozone gliders.
Documents required at registration
FAI IPPI Card
The FAI IPPI card is an International card that states your skill level. It is issued by your National Association and matches the level or your flying Licence
The organiser requires you to present your National flying licence.
Signed Application form
You will need to sign an applicaton form at the venue. Usually the organiser will provide it on arrival.
Signed Waiver/Release form
You will need to sign a waiver or release document to show you understand the risks. Usually the organiser will provide it on arrival.
You must provide the organiser with a copy of your liability (3rd party) insurance documents
You must provide the organiser with a copy of your medical, rescue and repatriation insurance. You can purchase Global Rescue cover from Airtribune
Entry fee will be refunded minus 50 euro (Admin fee) for cancellations before 1st of May, zero thereafter.
Accepted entries are non transferable.
Prize fund and scoring categories
24th June Late rego and Practice task
25th June - 30th June task days
30th June - last task , prize giving and party
Accommodation and Activities
How to get here
See our getting here page at www.flylaragne.com
Camping Laragne Monteglin
Avenue de Monteglin
Marseille Airport. Then see train section
don't even bother
Laragne-Montéglin station. take a train from Marseille-Saint-Charles, direction Briançon
Use a GPS
Shout "hep, taxi !"