Our platform sits 300 feet above the river below, and jumpers dive 250 feet! It is the tallest commercial bungee jump in North America.
How long does it take?
There are a lot of variables involved with this question. In general, one jump takes about 10 to 15 minutes from the time you get harnessed in to the time you are back on solid ground.
Do I need a reservation?
We do accept walk-in jumpers, but strongly encourage you to make a reservation, especially in larger groups. During the busier days and months we regularly fill up with reservations. Space for walk-ins can be minimal, and the wait can be long. Please see our reservations or contact page to get your date and time locked in.
Each individual’s first jump of the season is $129, and subsequent jumps are $49. The $49 rate only applies to people who have jumped before.
Do you offer any group discounts?
Group/party rates are negotiated on a case by case basis. Please give us a call to discuss your group needs.
What if it rains?
We jump rain or shine! Limiting weather events include lightning and strong wind. If your jump is interrupted by weather we can reschedule.
Are there age/weight requirements?
Jumpers must be at least 14 years of age and between 90 and 300 pounds.
We are able to take cash or credit cards on the bridge.
What should I wear?
The best attire is proper fitting, comfortable clothing. Any shoes are fine, and jumpers are also permitted to go barefoot. You will be wearing a full body harness, so dresses, skirts and wingsuits will not work. Prior to your jump you will be asked to tie back any long hair and remove all rings and jewelry.
Do you offer tandem jumps?
Our setup is for individual jumps, at this time we have no plans to offer tandem jumps.
We offer video of your jump for $29. The footage is uploaded to a USB drive that doubles as a bottle opener for that celebratory beverage! Your friends and family are welcome to use their phones from the side, but please leave your GoPro with them as well. Only Central Oregon Bungee cameras are permitted to go off the edge with the jumper.