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What You'll Get
The first parachute was invented when Jack, tumbling haplessly from his titanium beanstalk, used a purloined pair of giant underpants to steady his fall. Glide to earth safely with this Groupon. ####Choose Between Two Options
- $109 for a tandem skydive jump for one person (up to a $225 value)
- $199 for a tandem skydive jump for two people (up to a $450 value) After 30 minutes of classroom instruction, a Cessna 182 aircraft elevates divers and their experienced instructors to a comfortable altitude above Moab’s scenic terrain. Harnessed together, they jump from the aircraft, freefall for approximately 35 seconds, and make optional eagle cries. After the canopy opens, skydivers enjoy a seven-minute glide back to earth, taking in bird’s-eye views of rivers and rock formations below.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 2 Groupon customers per outing. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability and weather. 72hr cancellation notice or fee up to 1/2 Groupon price may apply. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. 250lb weight max. Must sign waiver. Extra $2 fee per pound over 200lb. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skydive Lake Powell/Canyonlands
Even after more than 18,000 jumps, owner and USPA-certified instructor Paul Gray enjoys every free fall. With a focus on safety, Paul and his team help introduce new people to the sport during tandem jumps, soaring high above Moab and Lake Powell areas' breathtaking views. Reddish rock formations, the buttes of Arches National Park or the spectacular Glen Canyon dam come into view as instructors and pupils jump from a specially equipped Cessna 210 aircraft. While freefalling, Paul and his team can capture high-definition videos and pictures for divers to show to their friends or use to impress pet birds.