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Wing Foiling Lessons

Introducing beginner to advanced wing foiling lessons on Alta Lake. 

Wingfoiling is an exciting and relatively new water sport that offers a unique blend of wind and water dynamics, making it accessible and enjoyable for a wide range of water sports enthusiasts. Wingfoiling combines elements of windsurfing, kiteboarding, and surfing. It involves using a handheld inflatable wing, known as a wing, to harness the power of the wind and propel a rider across the water while standing on a foil board.

Lesson Packages

$299

Three-Hour Lesson

$899

Ten-Hour Lesson Package

$1150

Ten-Hour Lesson Package with Foiling progression behind motor boat 

Lesson Progression

01

Lesson 1: Land Lessson

 

Gear Setup and Safety: Understand the basics of setting up your wing foiling equipment and essential safety procedures.


Wing Handling: Practice handling the wing on shore, focusing on using the handles and controlling the wing.
 

Board Exercises: Start with exercises on the board, progressing from kneeling to standing positions.

Self-Rescue Techniques: Learn how to self-rescue, flip the wing, and enter and exit the water with full gear.

02

Lesson 2:

On-Water Training

 

Knee Riding: Get on the board, control the wing while on your knees, and practice changing direction.


Progress to Standing: Learn to stand up on the board while managing the wing and your foot placement.

Riding Across and Upwind: Master

03

Lesson 3:

Becoming Independent

 

Foiling Techniques: Learn to foil, including pumping and getting on the foil.

 

Control and Direction: Practice controlling your speed and direction while foiling.

 

Advanced Maneuvers: Develop skills for foot placement, gybing, and free pumping.

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Wing

A handheld, inflatable wing that generates lift from the wind. The rider holds onto the wing with their hands.

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Hydrofoil

The hydrofoil lifts the board out of the water as it gains speed, reducing drag and allowing for a smoother ride. A board without a hydrofoil using a daggerboard and fins is initially used for learning.  

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Board

Inflatable Learn to Foil (LTF) board with daggerboard. The hydrofoil is attached later once wing handling and basic manoeuvres are achieved.

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Safety

Riders often wear a wetsuit, helmet, and life jacket for protection and buoyancy.

Equipment

Wing

A handheld, inflatable wing that generates lift from the wind. The rider holds onto the wing with their hands.

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Hydrofoil

The hydrofoil lifts the board out of the water as it gains speed, reducing drag and allowing for a smoother ride. A board without a hydrofoil using a daggerboard and fins is initially used for learning.  

hydrofoil (1).webp

Board

Inflatable Learn to Foil (LTF) board with daggerboard. The hydrofoil is attached later once wing handling and basic manoeuvres are achieved.

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Safety

Riders often wear a wetsuit, helmet, and life jacket for protection and buoyancy.

Silver Helmet

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