Paragliders in France are planning a memorial flight for a New Zealander killed earlier this month in a paragliding accident there.
Experienced paraglider Aaron Cooke, 38, died after a crash on the Argentiere glacier, in the Mont-Blanc massif, on July 17.
French media reports say he fell 30 metres after his foot struck a pinnacle of ice when he tried to take off from between two hanging glaciers. He died at the scene.
According to the Chamonix paragliding webpage, a memorial flight for Mr Cooke will be held on Saturday, local time.