Best Bungee Jump To Feel Like James Bond
Bungee jumping is one of the most adventurous and most extremer sport. If you’ve ever wanted to jump into the universe and feel the wind cover your body, Switzerland is the best place to try such a sport. SUISSEPIC is ready to share some perfect places.
REMEMBER: Bungee Jumping is dangerous. You have to be at least 18 years old!
Canton of Valais
Switzerland is a home to the highest of the bungee jumps. One of the most popular places is the Niouc Bridge, which is shaky and incredibly narrow. Built in 1995, this bridge is located in the canton of Valais, at the breathtaking Val d’Anniviers. Surrounded by mountains about 4,000 meters high, with a view of the Matterhorn and the incredibly blue Navizence River, this location is one of the most beautiful jumping spots in the world. The bungee dive is about 190 meters.
Centovalli Railway Bridge
Canton of Ticino
At Intragna, a railway bridge was transformed into about a 70 meter incredible dive. It is located about 15 minutes from Locarno. Opened in 1983, the Centovalli Railway Bridge became the first Swiss bungee jumping location and remains one of the most popular destinations for the adrenaline lovers. You will never forget your jump from this graceful iron viaduct over the River Isorno and Centovalli Valle.
Stockhorn Bungee Jumping
Canton of Bern
Stockhorn bungee opened close to Interlaken, which became one of the most spectacular and unusual bungee jumping spots in the world. Jumpers are lifted up about 134 meters by means of a mountain cable car going to Stockhorn. Enjoy a breathtaking free fall above the blue Lake of Stocksee.
Canton of Ticino
The Verzasca Dam (Contra or Locarno Dam), which is located in the Val Verzasca of Ticino, is one of the highest dams in the world, reaching a height of about 220 meters high. This dam became a bungee jumping hot spot soon after the 1995 James Bond film “GoldenEye” was released. If you dream about repeating this legendary jump, the Verzasca Dam is the place to do such a feat. While at the Verzasca Dam, don’t forget to enjoy the stunning beauty of the Swiss Alps.