Have you ever wondered what it feels like to fly?
Fly above the tranquil water of beautiful Lake Koocanusa, surrounded by the breathtaking Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Easy to learn with no previous experience needed, this state of the art technology allows the rider to safely navigate through the open air without the need for tow ropes, parachutes or heavy and uncomfortable jetpack equipment. This exciting new activity is taking the world of watersports by storm! Don’t let this opportunity pass you by, make your dreams of flight a reality today.
Learn about this new exciting summer activity
What is this?
The technology behind this new, fun activity is called Hydroflight. It uses the propelling force of the water to lift the rider and board into the air, simulating the feeling of flight.
What are the age requirements?
This activity is fun and suitable for ages of 13 and up (and weight minimum 100 lbs). New clients will be assessed for maturity and comfort in the water.
Is it safe?
All H2O SCHOOL instructors and drivers have completed a first aid and flyboard certified training program. We provide a compulsory training session for every new rider. Lifejackets and helmets are required and provided by H2O SCHOOL. We have also partnered with BBtalkin USA (Bluetooth Waterproof Comunications) to ensure clear and direct communication between the rider and driver at all times.
How does it work?
A jet ski is used to pump water and supply pressure for lift. A hose acts as the towing connection while the jet ski follows behind, out of the line of sight of the rider. The driver of the jet ski uses the throttle to control the power of the water and rate of lift, the rider of the board controls the direction and angle of the flight.
How high can you go?
The sky is the limit! Well, actually the hose is your limit. First day riders usually go approximately 10 feet or 2 meters. Professional riders can reach upwards of 50 feet.
How hard is it?
Not hard at all! Relax and follow your body’s instincts, its as easy as riding a bike. Our trained instructors are ready to help make your flight a truly unique experience.
Single lessons and packages
We offer single lessons of 20 or 35 minutes and packages of 5 or 10 lessons. Our packages are for one individual only, with the exception of the package of 10 lessons which can be shared between two people.
To make the most everyone’s overall experience, we recommend a maximum of 3 people per hour.
Hourly packages must be used same-day and cannot be split between multiple dates.
All our prices include all the necessary equipment needed (taxes not included).
Single lessons and packages
To celebrate our first year operating at the Koocanusa Campsite & Marina, the Mandatory Operator Training Course will not be deducted from the time of your first lesson! Applicable for individual lessons only.
(tax not included in the prices below)
20 minutes lesson: $95/lesson
5 x 20 minutes lessons: $90/lesson
10 x 20 minutes lessons: $85/lesson
35 minutes lesson: $140/lesson
5 x 35 minutes lessons: $130/lesson
10 x 35 minutes lessons: $120/lesson
Bring your friends and share the flying time! The Mandatory Operator Training Course for each participant (or as a group) will be applied to your charter’s time.
(tax not included)
1 hour: $200/hour
2 to 4 hours: $190/hour
We recommend you arrive 10 minutes prior to your lesson to ensure you have the maximum amount of time in the water. For larger groups, plan to arrive 15 to 20 minutes prior to the beginning of your charter.
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