The UK’s first static bridge bungee jump… IS HERE! Four years ago, two individuals had one vision - to create the most exciting Bungee Jump experience of its kind in Britain. The time has come and now it is here! A forty metre plunge from the first purpose-built bridge Bungee platform.
What Is Bungee Jumping
However you spell it; bungi jump, bongee jump, bungy jump or bungee jumping, it is the same thing and the most awesome adrenalin experience Scotland has to offer!
It is a personal challenge. A state-of-mind. An exploration of limits. A few seconds of heart-thumping bliss. An experiment with gravity. Great, exhilarating, safe fun.
Highland Fling Bungee Jumping In Scotland
What is it?
Bungee jumping is once-in-a-lifetime free-fall experience of 40 metres towards water from a bridge Bungee jump platform. An airborne flight of a few seconds at over 50 mph before a special Bungee jump cord springs you back to normal, upright, life. A safe and unforgettable adrenalin packed experience using the latest technology and safety equipment, led by experienced, qualified Bungee Jump Masters.
Where is it?
The UK’s first static bungee jumps take place near to famous site of the Battle of Killiecrankie. A specially constructed bungee jump platform is suspended below the Garry Bridge over the beautiful River Garry near Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. It is perched above a dramatic gorge surrounded by ancient trees. The site is operated from the visitor centre in Killiecrankie.
Who does it?
Free-Spirits, thrill seekers, outdoor enthusiasts, sports enthusiasts, adrenaline-lovers, taxi drivers, accountants, landscape gardeners, astronauts, plumbers. Get the idea? That’s right: anyone from age 14 to 114 with a sense of fun and adventure.
How Do You Do It?
Find a date that’s available and book. After that, get yourself to the location on the day and put yourself in the hands of the Highland Fling Bungee jump experts and enjoy.
When Do You Do It?
Highland Fling Bungee jumping offers the only bungee experience of its kind in the UK that is open all year round.
Why Do It?
Because you are alive. Because it’s there. Because you can.