Some love it, some love to hate it.
When it comes to skydiving, however, winter is unfairly judged for being a terrible time to jump. Yes, the air is cooler and it is much colder up at 15,000ft feet than in the summer months, but there are plenty of benefits to taking the leap in winter!
CRISP, CLEAR DAYS = STUNNING VIEWS
Somehow winter has managed to gain a reputation for being wet and windy, when that isn’t really the case at all.
While there are guaranteed to be a few wild, rainy days during the winter months, there are actually more crisp, clear and sunny days during this season. There are more blue skies, less wind and the cold won’t bother you if you’re dressed appropriately!
The views from 15,000ft on a clear winter’s day are truly spectacular, and with less moisture in the cooler air, you’ll be able to see the world around you for miles and miles!
We’re about to let you in on a little secret…
There are way less crowds at the drop zone in winter.
This means that not only is there less waiting time for you, but the overall feel of the drop zone is generally more relaxed and chilled out. Don’t get us wrong, we absolutely love the hustle and bustle of a busy summer’s day, but for those looking for a more laid-back experience, winter is definitely your best bet.
Who doesn’t want better value for their money? When you jump in winter, you can take advantage of our awesome winter specials at the same time! There’s nothing worse than waking up on a Monday filled with dread for the week, so why not give yourself something to look forward to, AND save money on your skydive at the same time?
Our current Wild Weekdays offer is available until 31st October 2021. You can use the code WEEKDAY to score $30 off when you jump on any weekday!
Have we convinced you yet? If you’re still in doubt, there’s a wonderful Norwegian saying to keep in mind:
“Det finnes ikke dårlig vær, bare dårlig klær!”
which translates to
“There is no bad weather, only bad clothes!”
So, who’s ready for an EPIC winter skydive… in warm clothing, of course!