What is a FlyBoard®?
A jet propelled license to fun. Strap on a board, similar to a wake board, and in no time you can be propelled straight out of the water. Anyone can pilot the board, that is over 100 pounds, with 10 minutes of training. Come learn the newest extreme water sport.
How Difficult is FlyBoarding®?
It is very easy. Most people after 5-10 minutes are being propelled out of the water on the fly board. The learning curve is small with instruction from our awesome guides, you will be flying in no time.
Where can I try a FlyBoard®?
We are flying on the crystal clear waters of Whitefish Lake, Whitefish, Montana, in the shadow of Big Mountain, near the Crown of Continent, Glacier National Park. Come visit Montana, we can schedule a flight anywhere in Montana. Book a Flight Now!
How does Flyboard® work?
The Flyboard® works on a water propulsion system. The Flyboard is connected by a hose to a PWC and is propelled by the water ejected from the PWC. Using his or her legs and feet, the pilot directs the board left or right, up or down while the PWC operator/instructor controls the amount of force and height.
What is a HoverBoard®?
For surf lovers who want to experience a new way of surfing, come and try the amazing sensation of the Hoverboard by ZR®. The enthusiasts for big thrills will also enjoy this new innovative ZR® product. Between flying and surfing, the Hoverboard by ZR® is the new innovative extreme discipline that will make you experience new sensations.
Is there an age limit?
No, riders must weigh at least 100 pounds!!
I’m not too athletic. Is Flyboard® difficult to do?
Anyone can pilot the Flyboard® with about 10 minutes of instruction and training. Flyboard® is easy to operate and just takes a little bit of courage and adventurous spirit.
Learning to operate the Flyboard® is much easier than you might think.
Many people ask us how hard is it to fly? By following the instructions given, almost anyone will start piloting the Flyboard® within their first 5 minutes in the water!
Flying Early & Late Season
All our customers are provided with a warm dry suit, for early and late season. When the water temperatures are a bit cooler. Please wear long johns or fleece layer under the dry suit. Do not wear cotton.
What to Expect
What you should bring to your flight:
1) Swim attire – Everyone (male and female) is required to wear shorts.
3) Dry Clothes to change into.
4) Liability Statement signed with a picture ID.