Skydiving Deals in Salt Lake City
Sleighs pulled by reindeer are great for rotund elves, but for your adventure-seeking crew, the real magic comes with adrenaline. Give them the skies of Moab with today's high-altitude deal from Skydive Canyonlands, and leave Santa's old-school sleigh in the dust. Give a friend -- or yourself -- a tandem skydive for $110 (regularly $225). Before the jump, divers will learn about skydiving safety and will have the opportunity to ask questions during the 30-minute ground school. They'll then spring out of the specially equipped airplane, freefall for 35 seconds, and enjoy a seven-minute canopy ride over beautiful Canyonlands. Cruising around the world in a night and chowing on milk and cookies has nothing on this crazy-fun Christmas gift. Want more? Check out Skydive Canyonlands on Facebook.
America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with today's Groupon: for $49, you get an indoor extreme-sports package at iFly Utah, Flowrider, and iRock Utah, located at the Salomon Center (an $89 total value). This package includes: One flight ticket on iFly's indoor skydiving wind tunnel (a $49 value) One-hour surfing session at Flowrider (a $30 value) One day of indoor rock climbing at iRock (a $10 value) A slew of extreme sports simulations, including skydiving ...
The first parachute was invented when Jack, tumbling haplessly from his titanium beanstalk, used a purloined pair of giant underpants to steady his fall. Glide to earth safely with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $109 for a tandem skydive jump for one person (up to a $225 value) $199 for a tandem skydive jump for two people (up to a $450 value) After 30 minutes of classroom instruction, a Cessna 182 aircraft elevates divers and their experienced instructors to a comfortable altitude above Moab's scenic terrain. Harnessed together, they jump from the aircraft, freefall for approximately 35 seconds, and ...