Is skydiving safe?
We are affiliated with the Canadian Sport Parachuting Association (CSPA). The CSPA is Canada’s main skydive regulation governing body. We are proud to support and adhere to their methods of licensing and training. Our skydiving equipment undergoes routine maintenance to also minimize any risks. All of our coaches and instructors are certified under the CSPA programs that have been developed over the last 6 decades.
Are there any restrictions?
- Must be 16 years of age.
- Must sign a waiver.
- Must weigh less than 220 lbs (please call to discuss if you are above this weight amount)
- Must be free of anxiety/heart conditions.
- Must not have been SCUBA diving in the previous 48 hours.
- Must not have consumed alcohol in the last 8 hours.
What time should I arrive for my jump?
What about the weather?
How long will it take?
Learning to skydive entails the 5 hour First Jump Course. Following the 5 hour class, the jump itself will take 30 minutes of preparation, 10 minutes of flight time, 5 minutes of canopy flight, and a 10 minute return trip to the airport. Realistically, some steps may not occur in close succession. Allow up to 3 hours for the total experience.
What should I wear when making my first jump?
Can I bring my own camera?
According to the CSPA Basic Safety Rules and our dropzone policy, no jumper is allowed to operate a camera during a skydive with less than 200 jumps experience. We will gladly offer video services for your jump with trained skydiving videographers. However, family and friends are more than welcome to videotape your plane loading and canopy landing!