Temple Hill located at Talegaon- Bhandar Dongar 22 km in front of Kamshet on the road to Pune was on one occasion host to the renowned ' Temple Hill Hang Gliding Trophy'. An old favorite for hang gliding, this is an outstanding site for paragliding additionally especially for beginners, with a moderate slope ending in a incredibly clear landing zone. The position gets its name from the medieval temple of Saint Thukaram situated at this juncture. It is by and large flyable in the mornings and if the winds hold out, up to delayed afternoon. The spot is drivable to the take off point.
Shelar is one more site 8 km from the highway, a north south ridge about a mile lengthy through a wide take off at 175 feet above ground level. This calm L shaped ridge free from power cables for miles around is appropriate for training and intermediate flying with wonderful conditions for soaring and thermalling. There is habitually a dependable lift that will effortlessly carry one to 200 to 600m above launch. The place is ideal for long hours of evening flying in the company of the vultures and eagles from December to June. The take off point is accessible by a 10 minute walk uphill.
Kondeshwar Cliff is an additional site 15to 20km off the highway from Kamshet town close to the two monsoonal waterfalls. The take off altitude is 2200ft over ground level on a north south ridge appropriate for advanced pilots. The ridge takes on the Westerlies winds that come from the Arabian Sea, 70km away. The slopes of these hills are thickly forested but there is a lucid landing area in the fields beneath. The location is drivable to the take off.