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First Jump Guide

FIRST JUMP GUIDE

Skydiving is an amazing and exhilarating experience  and we are thrilled you’ve chosen to share it with us! 

 

What to Expect.

You’ve made the decision to check “skydiving” off of your bucket list and you’re about to jump out of a perfectly good airplane!
It’s normal to be excited. We are too!
As a first-time skydiver, you’ll arrive at your reservation time and check in with manifest to fill out your waiver. Once completed, you’ll be paired up with one of our instructors to explain the skydive – provide a safety briefing – as well as answer any questions you might have before proceeding with your jump.
After the training is complete – you will be GEARED UP and TAKE TO THE SKY! 
While you are in Freefall, you’ll reach speeds of up to 120mph until your instructor deploys your parachute and you begin the canopy flight back to the ground.
The canopy flight can be as graceful or extreme as you wish it to be, and sometimes – our instructors even let you STEER the parachute!

What to Wear.

You’ll need tennis shoes or sneakers. We will not allow you to jump in boots or sandals! 
Please wear weather appropriate clothing for your jump. Dressing for the weather is the best way to dress for a skydive!
You have the option to use one of our flight suits if you wish to have some extra layers during the cold seasons. 
Please be aware that the temperature at jumping altitude is sometimes 20-30 degrees F COLDER than it is on the ground.

What to Bring.

You’ll need a valid State or Government Officiated ID Card. 
You will need your current insurance information, or Social Security Number (if you do not have or do not prefer to give your insurance information).
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 – You must book separately for each individual jumper. – 
– You and everyone who jumps is over 18 (eighteen) years of age. – 
 – You and everyone in your jump party fall below our maximum weight limit of 250LBs –