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Skydive Moab

Nestled near Canyonlands and Arches National Forests, Moab is home to some of the most stunning scenery in all of the Western United States. And what better way to experience that epic landscape than on an exciting Moab skydiving adventure? Harness up and climb thousands of feet in the sky for the best in magnificent Utah views and exhilarating thrills.
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Just minutes from downtown Moab lies Canyonlands Field Airport, home to the ultimate in Utah adventures: skydiving! Here you’ll ascend 14,000 ft in the air with your certified tandem instructor for the wildest of Western rides. Once you reach altitude, you’ll take the leap and embark on a magnificent Moab skydive, freefalling for a full 60 seconds as the Utah landscape rushes up below at the rate of 200 feet per second! Once your ‘chute is pulled, breathe deep again and enjoy the gorgeous vistas of not one but two national forests as you glide back to the ground. Skydive Moab for the experience of a lifetime.

What should you wear for a Moab skydive?

No special clothing is required for your Moab skydive! You can dress for the weather of the day of your jump, keeping in mind that the temperature does drop 1-2 degrees for every thousand feet in the air and that the wind will be rushing during your jump. We do recommend that you wear closed toe shoes that can be secured to your foot, such as a tennis or athletic shoe. Sandals are prohibited.

How old do you have to be go skydiving in Moab?

Per mandate by the federal government and USPA, all Moab skydivers must be aged 18 years or older. We’re sorry but no exceptions or parental consent allowances can be made.

How long does a Moab skydive last?

Overall, from when you jump to when you land, a Moab skydive takes 6 to 7 minutes but the time that’s really important in skydiving is your freefall time. Moab skydives are from 14,000 ft which gives you an awesome 60 seconds of freefall! Keep in mind, though, you could be at the drop zone several hours for your entire skydiving experience.