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h. Bridge Pendulum Jump

Address: Heidalsvegen 829, 2677 Nedre Heidal Date: Sunday 3 sep 2017 - Sunday 1 Oct 2017 Show map

Address: Heidalsvegen 829, 2677 Nedre Heidal

Kr 220,- per jump (minimum kr 800,-). -
Imagine standing on the edge of a bridge, ready to jump, - and the one thing you must do is to let go...

From the Faukstad bridge that is within walking distance from our base we offer bridge swinging.
This is the activity to choose if you want to feel some extra blood pump through your head and body!!
You get your harness and ropes set but most people can feel it in their stomach when they let go looking 17 meters down to the water.
Bridge swinging is perfect as an extra activity after rafting or for people staying at our base.

Price: Kr 220,- per jump (minimum kr 800,-)
Age limit: Must turn 12 by the end of the year
Starting time: Kl 16.00
Total time: Depends on how long it takes for you to let go of the bridge...

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