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SkyJump Las Vegas, Las Vegas

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Adrenaline / Extreme Tour Tour
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. Before you head to Las Vegas, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Las Vegas vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Las Vegas has to offer, including SkyJump Las Vegas.
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  • I guess our experience may have just been a fluke but I was not happy with the way we were treated and the time we had to spend at this attraction. My wife wanted to jump which was fine with me so we ...  more »
  • I was somewhat nervous before heading to the Stratosphere. Once we were there, the process of suiting up calmed my nerves. There were many checks and rechecks. Only one of the employees seemed very ha...  more »
  • Finally did this on my last trip to Vegas , was on my list for a long time and should have done long ago. Everyone who works at this attraction was very professional and made the experience a pleasure...  more »
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  • Loved it, hefty price for the jump but worth it. I would do this again. Went during the day, would prefer to check it out at night. The staff was great. You can wear glasses if you would like to keep them on, also they check your harness plenty of times so there safety checks are spot on.
  • Loved the experience! What an exhilarating feel, and now I can tell my friends I jumped off of an 800 ft tall building. After a few seconds of free fall, the rest of the jump is a controlled descent and gives a beautiful view of Vegas. If possible I highly recommend going after sunset to see the city lot up. The staff took safety checks seriously, performing 2 at the base and 2 more at the top. My one complaint is that the jump + photo option only takes a photo at the top of the jump, before you actually jump. Thankfully I was able to clarify that with staff before paying so I purchased the jump without any extra as. It would be great if they had a camera to take a couple of rapid shots of you actually jumping, and those might actually be worth purchasing. I debated wrist cam option, but for the price difference I was worried about it shaking around too much. I'm still glad I did it, and I would recommend to friends visiting Vegas (as long as they're not too afraid of heights).
  • Amazing!!! So glad I did it! Pay the extra money for a video and picture. It's a fun souvenir. Getting to the top and "walking the plank" is pretty intimidating. But sooo worth it!! For those that are afraid of getting motion sick like on a rollercoaster, don't be. You don't get that same feeling at all. The closest thing I can relate it to is floating or sinking in water. You don't feel a rush in your stomach or anything. Just an amazing feeling of being weightless. I had just ate a big cheeseburger before going and I did just fine haha.
  • Very intense experience. Not quite a jump bungee but better in many respects. Check weather because wind can change ability to go on any attractions. It can take a little time to get setup to go but not big deal.
  • A must have experience, if you have a knack for adrenaline rush and are an enthusiast like me. Stand on the ledge, depth lurking straight below 829 ft, feel the wind trying to sweep you down, legs start to give in, take a deep breath and you know you have to take the leap of faith - that the harness and safety ropes will do their work. Within 2-3 seconds, panic of falling is replaced with next 16 secs of watching the city from mid-air, esp late evening Vegas-y signboards. Tip: check weather first. In chances of wind or storm, you are not allowed on the deck of the tower. (Review from 2013)