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Indoor Skydiving: United States: Skyventure Colorado
Average Rating:5

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Address:
9230 Park Meadows Drive
Lone Tree, Colorado
United States

Contact:
(303) 768-9000
info@skyventurecolorado.com
http://www.skyventurecolorado.com/  (4656 Hits)

Technical:
Diameter: 12 feet
Speed: 160 mph


Tunnel Type:
Indoor

Gear Requirements:
Knee pads, Elbow pads, Jumpsuit, Goggles, Helmets and Ear plugs supplied

Age Restrictions:
Participants must be at least 3 years old.

Trading Hours:
Weekdays: 09:00 - Late
Weekends: 09:00 - Late

Walk-Ins:
No

Price:
60 Minutes: 700 USD
Training packages from 52 USD.


Description:


SkyVenture Colorado is located in the heart of the entertainment district in Lone Tree, Colorado, a southern suburb of the Denver metro area. Conveniently located within walking distance of restaurants, bars, movie theaters, bowling, hotels and more, SkyVenture Colorado is the perfect addition to your Colorado and Rocky Mountain adventure.

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Rated by: danielcroft on Apr 18 2014 12:43PM

12' in the moutain state with awesome instructors 
Pros: Some world class instructors
Cons: 12' but I guess that's not always a con

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Josh and Mike are, let's face it, pretty amazing flyers and being able to get coaching from them or people at their level is a luxury. Mike, Colby and Nate are also great peeps and have a lot to teach people. The big difference between this tunnel and iFly Utah and Skyventure NH is that Skyventure Colorado has blocked off one of their doors. The tunnel is relatively quick but, given the altitude it's at, closing the door off is probably required when the air density is already pretty low. It can be a bit slow (wind speed) in summer due to even lower air density. The fact is that there's a large community of skydivers in CO who make this tunnel a really good option if you're looking for people to fly with. There are restaurants nearby and it's right off the freeway so it's easy to get to but since Denver saw fit to have their airport in the middle of nowhere, it's going to take a while to get there if you're flying in.

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