$125 for a Static-Line Skydiving Session with a First-Jump Course from Skydive! Toledo ($209 Value)

Skydive! Toledo

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A poised exit from the strut of a small Cessna plane at 3,000 feet leads to a three-second fall and parachute deployment from a static line

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required, subject to weather. Must be 18 or older. Jumpers over 200lbs. done on a case by case basis. Must sign waiver. Instructions are presented in English; purchasers should feel comfortable receiving oral and written instruction in English. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Early man’s attempts at flying included sewing feathers onto his arms or trying to harpoon a passing comet. Learn to fly the new-fashioned way with this Groupon.

$125 for a Static-Line Dive with a First-Jump Course ($209 Value)

Instructors brief students in a four- to five-hour ground-school course, covering safety and equipment before flying them up to 3,000 feet in a small, single-engine Cessna plane for a static-line jump. Each student straps into a parachute—which is attached to the plane via a flexible static line—and performs a poised exit jump from the plane’s side strut. After the student falls for up to three seconds, the attached parachute deploys a canopy. The course takes place Saturdays and Sundays starting at 9:30 a.m.

Skydive! Toledo

Divers' clothing flaps in the wind as they soar toward a patchwork of meadows, with forests spreading out in all directions and mountains looming on the horizon. Sometimes, as the wind rushes past their ears, they can look out and glimpse seven volcanoes in the distance. But before these jumps, Skydive! Toledo's instructors impart the necessary safety measures, touching on how to ensure a parachute has been maintained, how to land, and how to use a guidebook to ask birds for directions. After briefing visitors on the basics, expert jumpers help them learn the physics firsthand on tandem jumps and accelerated free-fall plunges from small Cessna aircraft. They also train first-time skydivers through the static-line program—a former military exercise now used to train sports parachutists toward licenses. From the strut of a single-engine Cessna plane, at an altitude of 3,000 feet, a student leaps into the air and falls for up to three seconds before a static line attached to the plane deploys a parachute and takes the guesswork out of pulling the ripcord.


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96% of 158 customers recommend

  • “Excellent Day! Worth the drive and if you have never skydived before this is the place for you! Very personable staff - took care of everything. The training was...”

    “Excellent Day! Worth the drive and if you have never skydived before this is the place for you! Very personable staff - took care of everything. The training was easy to understand and they did a great job of making us feel confident and safe in our first jump - highly recommend!”

  • “Wear comfortable clothes and bring a lunch! Great instruction! ”

  • “So much fun! ”

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    Skydive! Toledo

    5239 Jackson Hwy

    Toledo, WA 98591

    +13608642230

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