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SkyJump Las Vegas, Las Vegas

Categories: Observation Decks, Adrenaline & Extreme Tours, Tourist Spots, Tours, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
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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  • allow approximately 140 US dol for the jump, which is feet down and landing on a platform located at the bottom of the tower. Spectacular but not the feel of a real bungee jumping.
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  • I did not jump. There is no way I could do this. We saw some people do it and they looked calm and fearless. It looked safe. When you jump a cable lowers you to the ground fast but smooth. 
  • On a recent trip to Las Vegas, my 14 year old daughter asked to "jump off the Stratosphere." She had ridden one of the roller coasters located at the top of the tower 2 years earlier and was "finally"...  read more »
  • Watching a few people's videos on youtube put me to sleep...I can't believe they can't even get off the platform. There is absolutely no falling effect. There is more falling in a bungee jump. You are better off doing a tandom jump and being somebody's body pillow. If you really seek a thrill of falling, you should put the $150 towards a high altitude parachute free fall lessons. If you decide to do it, don't do this more than once. I'm glad I saw these videos, it saves me from wasting my time!
  • More like a slow, suspended descent with condescending "jump masters." The best part was the 4 feet of actual free-fall before the line catches you. Not worth the money; next time I'd opt for a tandem sky-dive.
  • Waited in line for 45 minutes and left. I think they maybe processed three people in that time to just sign up and pay. Considered going back the next day to try again, looked it up online and only then found out that minors needed a picture ID. Didn't see any signs in store stating this, which would have saved me 45 minutes the night before wasted standing in line.
  • So much fun and professionally run. Pay the extra $20 and get the video done, it's worth it.
  • I went to the Sky Jump tower back in November of 2012 when I was sick with Hodgkins Lymphoma. The service was great, employees were friendly, and it was such an adrenaline rush! I'd definitely love to do it again if I ever go back to Las Vegas. 10/10.
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