Tethered to an instructor, skydivers free-fall at up to 120 miles per hour before floating to earth
What You'll Get
- Harnessed to an experienced skydiving instructor, customers jump from a plane over captivating views of the landscape.
- After free-falling at up to 120 miles per hour, the instructor pulls the chute and steers before setting you down in the landing zone.
- Weight restrictions: 240lb. max weight
Skydive Coastal California
Skydive Coastal California’s air-riding experts take first-time and experienced jumpers to the stratosphere for jumps above the scenic vistas of southern California. Tethered to clients, they guide tandem rides to facilitate first tastes of terminal velocity before coasting in for a soft landing. To accommodate licensed skydivers with a current reserve parachute, the staff guides planes over the business’s own scenic landing zone so jumpers can take to the air on their own. Beginners who wish to become full-fledged divers can opt for the Accelerated Freefall program, in which aficionados teach the skills necessary to make solo jumps such as how to handle equipment or merge into goose traffic without a blinker.