The need to feel the wind in your hair is best fulfilled by skydiving, though it can also be fulfilled by riding in a convertible, swinging on a tire swing, or getting sneezed on by a jumbo jet. Harness the power of wind with this Groupon.
$55 for a Four-Minute Indoor Sky Diving Experience ($95 Value)
SkyVenture New Hampshire's indoor wind tunnel gives visitors the gift of weightless flight for four minutes of indoor skydiving. During a 20-minute training session with a certified instructor, guests learn techniques for airborne movement before donning a helmet, goggles, and flight suit. Patrons then soar through the gusting wind to simulate, almost perfectly, the thrills of a real skydive. The full SkyVenture experience is equivalent to skydiving from a height of 13,000 feet six times, and potential air sailors should review SkyVenture's short list of health requirements before signing up.
Skyventure New Hampshire
The full SkyVenture indoor diving experience is equivalent to skydiving from a height of 13,000 feet six times, making it effective for training skydiving teams and providing ample time to preemptively identify future husbands or wives as life flashes before one’s eyes. The massive tunnel allows participants to float upward on a powerful, recirculating current of wind—rather than leaping from a higher point—so there is no sensation of falling or need to employ an airplane to accomplish the thrill. The recirculating current also allows technicians to keep the inside temperature at comfortable levels. Certified instructors prepare all guests with a brief training session, teaching them techniques for airborne movement, though training programs help more experienced flyers perform flips, rolls, and paper airplane impersonations. An observation deck allows family and friends to cheer on participants and in-flight photographers captures avian-style portraits. SkyVenture's staffers allow almost anyone of reasonable health and fitness to engage in the safe activity, or spin inside the Fishpipe, an inflatable water-filled barrel that sends passengers whirling the distance equivalent to a 1,600-foot waterslide.