Moab Skydiving » Common Questions
What should I bring?
We supply all the equipment needed, but you should dress for the weather and wear a good pair of sneakers. You must be 18 or older to skydive, so bring a picture ID. The weight limit is 200 lbs, but weight should be proportionate to height. Spectators are welcome, so bring your friends and family.
How long does my skydiving experience take?
We operate under the constraints of the weather, equipment and personnel availability, and a busy tandem schedule, so plan on spending half a day at the Drop Zone. However, this can vary. If the weather doesn't permit jumping that day, we will give you a rain check (good for 1 year) and you may reschedule for another time that is good for you.
What about video and still photos?
Our staff wants to make your jump exciting and memorable. One of our professional freefall photographers can jump right along with you and capture your jump on video and still photographs! You can then share the thrill with your friends and family for years to come... Video of you jump includes: The pre-jump interview, climb to altitude, spectacular views over Moab, exit sequence and footage or the entire free-fall, parachute opening and landing.
What type of skydiving equipment and training do you have?
We have the most up-to-date tandem and student equipment available in the world today. Nothing but the best will do! At our Drop Zones, the instructors will give you personalized skydiving instruction using the most modern training techniques available. All skydiving instructors and parachute riggers are certified by the United States Parachute Association and the FAA, and average over 4,000 jumps each.