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Tandem Skydiving

Tandem skydiving is a skydive built for two.  You and a professionally trained Tandem Instructor will exit the aircraft with a specially built canopy and harness.  You will freefall for about 54 seconds, and the instructor will deploy the parachute.  Enjoy the breath-taking scenery of Mt. Rainier, the Cascade Range, and the Olympic mountains as you will help him steer and land the canopy.  The tandem skydive is a perfect introduction into skydiving or is also suitable for continuing on in the advanced freefall progression or static line method.  You will also receive a jump certificate suitable for framing.

REMEMBER IT WITH VIDEO!

For an additional fee, you can remember the experience of a lifetime with video.  A professional freefall camera person will skydive along with you and film you before, during, and after your jump.  You'll receive a professionally edited video of your skydive including music and special effects!  We produce all of our videos on DVD.  Remember to ask for a video when you make your reservation. 

REQUIREMENTS

Age - You must be at least 18 years old to skydive with us.

Weight Limit - Our normal limit is 225 lbs, but students are always evaluated on a case by case basis.  Call us if you're not sure.

Clothing - Come to the dropzone in something comfortable but make sure that you wear sneakers.  Sandals or boots with metal hooks won't work.

Reservations - Reservations are preferred.  Please call the manifest desk at the dropzone to make your reservation or e-mail so we can get back with you.

If you have any questions, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page

Pricing

Jump Price
Tandem Skydive $ 195.99
DVD Video $115
DVD Video and Still pictures $135

NOTE:  Prices subject to change without notice.

 

 

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