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Heli-Bungee in Idaho

Listed under Extreme Challenge in Boise, United States.

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There is a form of bungee jump which totally eliminates any paranoia you might have about miscalculated rope lengths; it is called heli-bungee, and involves jumping from a helicopter instead of a high, earth-based structure. It is just as risky, if not more, but it is also doubly exciting, as you can use a five hundred-foot bungee cord to jump from up to 1,200 feet in the air, without a parachute and all alone!

This experience is not available at most bungee clubs due to the risks involved, but one experienced team of jumpers who positively encourage it are the people at Over The Edge, Inc. in Idaho. They will guide you through with full training and the utmost care, so you can have over ten seconds of glorious freefall followed by the longest time your stomach will ever take to catch up with your body. Enjoy!

Written by  larapiegeler.

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where can I get an email to contact the people that do these kind of jumps?? thanks

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Try Over The Edge Bungee Inc.

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