America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with this Groupon.
$138 for a Tandem Skydiving Session for One or First-Jump Course and Jump ($275 Value)
Safely strapped in with a certified skydiving instructor, patrons freefall from 13,500 feet for the tandem session, while the first-jump course prepares students to complete a jump on their own and serves as a first step toward a USPA A license.
Skydive Deep Creek
Though they begin their adventure at Skydive Deep Creek’s home base, visitors won’t really remember the facility. That’s because most of their time will be spent hovering above the airport at 13,500 feet. Beginners take to the sky safely attached to an experienced diver during tandem jumps, and serious enthusiasts can fly through the air while training for skydiving certification.
Instructor Neil Porter orchestrates all the site’s jumps, using know-how earned during his time at Airborne school in the army and while obtaining his skydiving instructor certification. At Skydive Deep Creek, Neil guides beginners through the process of learning to skydive, from tandem diving to individual jumps.
For clients who just want a taste of the adrenaline-pounding sport, Neil performs tandem jumps, during which a guest is attached to him with a secure harness. While they jump together, Neil controls the parachute, which allows guests to relax and enjoy the thrill ride. The company’s optional videography and photography services capture every whoop, flip, and freefall. Visitors who want to learn to pull the strings themselves can take classes in the four levels of skydiving certification, in which they learn all the skills necessary to jump on their own or finally be in charge on parachute day in gym class.
96% of 23 customers recommend
“Awesome staff and I survived. Not much could be better than that. ;)”
“Amazing adventure with the greatest people. ”
“The instructors were great! They really enjoy doing their jobs and made the experience even better .”