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SkyJump Las Vegas, Las Vegas

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#30 of 111 in Outdoors in Las Vegas
Get your adrenaline pumping at SkyJump Las Vegas, the highest controlled free fall of its kind in the world. Make your way up the Stratosphere hotel and casino, suit up, and get ready to plunge 253 m (830 ft) off of the tower, speeding toward the strip below before slowing to a stop thanks to the powerful bungee cable. Keep in mind that there are both minimum height and age requirements, as well as a maximum weight limit. Be sure to call ahead of time to reserve your jump. Using our world travel planner, Las Vegas attractions like SkyJump Las Vegas can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • As a hotel guest, you can whiz down the tower for 100Dollar. About 250 meters with the best views. No free fall like in the officially but great feeling like a bird. Slows down just before reaching the ground, so there is once again a kick.
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  • You will basically pay for a zipline that happens to go down. The build up before the ride is very cool. The free fall is about 3 seconds and then you feel the zip line going down. The actual jump is ...  more »
  • I liked. The fall lasts less than a minute and doesn't feel well because it is not free fall. Well proportioned adrenaline.
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  • Jump was great. So exhilarating!! Staff who served us downstairs on 17 Dec were quite rude. Girl at the front desk basically said "please sign this waiver to acknowledge that we are not responsible for anything that happens to you". It honestly sounds like if I die or get an injury, I cannot sue them. I understand the waiver, but that staff could have delivered this in a different manner. The staff at the top (guy with the beard and the latino girl) were extremely nice and friendly!! Definitely reassured me before the jump. Overall, was quick. 17 seconds of exhilaration.
  • I went to Sky Jump on 10/24 had a great experience. I didn’t have a reservation but the staff there was great and I didn’t have to wait at all. I opted in for the photo and video package, which ran me around $150 including the jump. The staff at both the “base” and the top of the tower were great. I felt secure with my harness, as they checked it three times at the bottom and twice again at the top. Their extra precaution put me at ease when I was about to go jump off the side of the building. The jump was great, amazing views, and so thrilling. I’ve been sky diving before so I wasn’t that scared, more nervous about having to make the jump off, as they will not push you off like with sky diving. No kinks whatsoever and was done in less than an hour by the time I paid, got suited up, was brought up to the top of the tower and had two others jump before me. I would definitely do that junk again. After I jumped I waited around 15 minutes for my video on my flash drive and headed back to the hotel. Unfortunately no one on my trip brought a laptop with them so I was unable to access my videos or photos until I returned home a week later. Only to find my pictures were not on the flash drive, they were of some random woman. The pictures were at night when I clearly jumped in the middle of the afternoon, I’m not sure if the staff even looked at them before placing them on my drive. I called on 11/1 when I returned home and gave all my information and was told that someone would send them to me the next day. Never received them. Called again and was told a manager has to look them up and she’ll be in later on that day. Never received them. Called 5 days later and spoke with Carla who promised as soon as her manager was in at 5pm she would make sure she would look them up and send them out. Never got them. Today I finally spoke with a manager and she said that “It takes a while to look them up since we already backed up the drives. You know we have to plug them in and it takes time” ??????!!!! What. I’ve given them almost the exact time that I jumped. It shouldn’t be that hard to pull up a file and look at the time stamps. Especially now that it’s been FIVE days since I originally called. Manager claims I’ll have them tomorrow. I️ really doubt it. If you lost my pictures, just tell me rather than keep giving me the run around. It might just be pure laziness that no one wants to plug in a damn hard drive and look for some pictures. TLDR; jump was great, just make sure your pictures are actually on your drive before you leave the Stratosphere.
  • The jump itself was a serious letdown to be honest. The entire fall is more like a slowly controlled zip line than a free fall off the tower. I immediately felt the slowdown. And considering the cost, I'd save your money for gambling, it's a bigger rush.
  • Pricey. We did a Groupon and I'm still not sure it was worth the cost. Only thrilling for about 1.5 seconds. The wait was also frustrating. We had an appointment, got there 1/2 hour early like we were told, but sent away because we were "too" early, so we returned 20 minutes later as instructed, checked in, and waited... and waited.... and waited. An hour and a half after our appointment, we finally jumped. What's the point of appointments if you take walk in guests before customers with an appointment?
  • Very underwhelming and pricey, and business doesn't really care about the customers. They failed to notify our group that the receipt also had an admission to the observation deck. One person in the group had gotten rid of their receipt, and the Skyjump employees pretended that they were helpless in giving us another piece of paper for admission

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