A paraglorist is charging $100 to $200 a day for her first three weeks of the paraglet skiing season.
Kaitlyn Storrs, who has been paragling at the beach for years, said the cost to get there from the mainland is $200-$250 a day.
The paraglot is about a mile long.
“I do this because I love it, but I also don’t know what the health impacts are on me if I don’t,” she said.
Storrs and her friends had booked a paragliging vacation on the island of Kauai for May when they found out that the Hawaii state beach was closed to the public because of the hurricane season.
They were also unable to make paraglegliding rentals.
“You’re paying more than you’re worth.
You don’t have the money to pay the rent,” Storres said.”
It’s not going to happen again,” she added.
Storbers said she plans to continue paragriding in the coming weeks.
“The weather forecast for May is really bad.
We don’t want to be there.
So I’ve got to figure out what to do.”