Yes, weight limit 100kg or 220lbs. Body proportion and general fitness may influence a safe landing. You should be able to lift your legs for landing. Final decision we will make on spot.
Bad weather happens. Call and we discuss the options. Deposit will be refunded in case we decide not to jump due to bad weather
There is no age limit. Your body has to fit the harness and be in good health. Under 18 years needs parental consent
Sneakers, t-shirt, jeans or shorts in summer. Bring windstopper and gloves in winter. You’ll get a jump suit, goggles, gloves and if desired a hat
Yes, free of charge
2-3 hrs, expect delays due to weather and your friends jumping first
Yes, pictures and videos are options, see under prices / options, no prebooking required, we can show you when we meet.
Because of safety reasons no wrist or helmet cameras such as Go Pro’s allowed.
If you don’t breathe you get in trouble 🙂 and if you talk, you breathe!
There is a back up chute and an Automatic Activation Device. It even opens the reserve parachute if your tandemmaster is not able to do it selfs
Yes, the guests’ height limit is 195 cm or 76 inches
The body size will influence the freefall speed, the smaller the slower, the bigger the faster, in general it is around 45sec.
The gentle parachute ride takes about 5 to 8 minutes before we land as briefed.
Once you get under canopy it becomes very quiet and you can talk normally to your instructor as you glide back to the landing area.
Generally speaking, you can talk, but since freefall speeds reach up to 120mph, the wind passing by makes it difficult to hear.
All our tandem masters are licensed, highly professional and have years of experience.
No. Therefore, you will be asked to fill out a release of liability before you jump. This is standard procedure at any skydiving center.
Yes, we accept most major credit cards and debit cards but you can pay also in cash
Requirements: Minimum USPA -B- licence, 100 jumps. Registration, Introduction, ground transport to heli, per slot CHF 95. Bring your own gear, no rentals.
Christian started jumping in the military but found out soon that it is a lot more fun to jump with people than heavy, lifeless gear.
Patrick has a professional background in Paragliding, after seeing the wingsuiters flying he had to become a skydiver.
René got a Tandem Skydive for his 16th birthday from his mother and liked it so much that he became a professional Skydiver when he was 19 years old.
First parachute jump 1976. Beat started Skydive Interlaken and still loves skydiving.
Lorenzo is already skydiving since 1998, spending the winters in Italy and the summers in Interlaken.
He is skydiving since 1993. Since he got his license, he is very passionate and still enjoy every single jump.
Sam was inspired by the paragliders flying around which led him to his first skydive in 2012.
Originally from the flatlands (Netherlands) but found her way to the mountains where she feels the most at home.
Dorota takes good care of our guests, picks them up at the hotel and gets them ready to jump.
In between her adventures Laura makes our Instagram look cool and helps us out with groundwork.
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