Highland Fling Bungee Pitlochry

Bungee jumper Pitlochry

Highland Fling Bungee Pitlochry

Highland Fling Bungee, 3 miles from Pitlochry, is the UK’s first static bungee jump from a specially constructed bungee jump platform suspended 40 metres (132feet) above the River Garry at the entrance to the spectacular and historic Pass of Killiecrankie.

Highland Fling Bungee on You Tube A short clip of the Highland Fling jump journey from start to the jump.
ALSO a short video on the NEW Highland Fling Bungee Bridge Swing 
ALSO watch Adam Flint bungee jump using his mountain bike ( 2mins 17secs)

To book your Highland Fling Bungee jump or Book your Highland Fling Bungee Swing all you have to do is go on line and find the date and time that suits you. Once booked you head to the National Trust of Scotland Killiecrankie Visitor Centre where you will find the Highland Fling Bungee office and team ready to welcome you.

The whole Highland Fling Bungee experience takes about an hour, from booking in to being transported to the bridge and walk to the bungee platform. You will be fitted with a waist Harnesses that suits waists from 40cm (15.7 inches) to 125cm (49.2 inches). Make sure you wear sensible clothing and footwear, there is a minimum age of 14 years old, over 65’s require a letter from their doctor. The maximum weight limit is 150kg or 23.6 stone. Spectators are welcome.

Highland Fling Bungee is part of a long tradition with bungee jumping first appeared on the Pentecost Island in the South Pacific (between Fiji and the Soloman Islands, east of Australia). A 28-meter high tower was built, before jumping every man has ritual bath and then climbs the tower, there he makes a speech, before jumping head down, to proof his manhood. This tradition has retained to this today and is now a touristic attraction on the island. The western world first heard of bungee jumping in 1955, in an article written in National Geographic magazine. The first bungee jumping recorded away from the Pentecost Island was on the 1st of April 1979, when members of Oxford Dangerous Sport Club performed a few (illegal) jumps from the 80-meter high Bristol Clifton Suspension Bridge, England. In 1989 a New Zealander adventurer A.J. Hackett (then anonymous) started the very first commercial bungee site in Queenstown, New Zealand. Today over a million people have jumped on his worldwide bungee sites.

Highland Fling Bungee is 3 miles from Pitlochry, its departure point with ample car parking is at the National Trust of Scotland Killiecrankie Visitor Centre.