Bridge To Nowhere Bungee Jump
Plunge Off The Bridge To Nowhere Over the San Gabriel River in Azusa
Price for 1 participant
Get ready for the adventure of a life time as you bungee jump off of the Bridge to Nowhere! This experience gift is guaranteed to sweep you off of your feet!
The fun begins in the morning when you meet your Guide and the rest of the group at the Trailhead in Azusa. You will then set out for a five-mile, two hour hike to the Bridge to Nowhere. Located in the Angeles National Forest, this magnificent bridge over the San Gabriel River is the setting for the perfect Bungee Jump! Once the group has arrived you will take turns strapping into the harness and jumping off of the bridge. When it is your turn to take the plunge, you can choose to jump backwards or superman dive face forwards. This thrilling adventure ends with a five-mile hike back to the trailhead during which you will have the chance to re-live the moment with all of the new friends you’ve met on the journey.
So whether you are looking for the perfect adventure gift or the ultimate thrill, this Bridge to Nowhere Bungee Jumping Experience is the ticket!
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Participants must bring their own packed lunch and beverages and are required to sign a Liability Release Form.
Participants are able to bring guests along as spectators. There is a $10 fee for each spectator which must be paid upon reservation.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-838-001
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
The hike was fantastic and the guides were amazing. Chris, in particular, had such amazing stories to share on the hike up and was absolutely hilarious. At the actual jump, the Bungee America team was incredible. They were thorough, they made us feel safe. I couldn't have planned a better day! SO MUCH FUN. Definitely doing it again.
- Katie - Los Angeles, CA, Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Bungee jumping for the first time was absolutely thrilling, but it is not worth the 5 mile hike to get to the bridge and 5 miles back. I would go bungee jumping again, but the 10 mile hike is not worth it. The hike is perfect for those who are very active or enjoy long hikes.
- Diane - California, Friday, July 19, 2013
The trip was amazing. The guides were all truly positive and encouraging and made everyone feel welcome and able to hike the 10 miles and jump off a bridge. It was an unforgettable experience!
- Anna Wesselink - Azuza, Tuesday, September 27, 2011
This was my first bungee jump experience. I was petrified! That being said, the staff here were the most amazing people ever. We had such an amazing time and it was the most incredibly experience I've ever had. Furthermore... it is SO safe. They have you so locked in and checked, I would recommend this to ANY ONE. The best experience of my life.
- Heather Brittany - Southern CA, Wednesday, August 03, 2011
I had the best time. Great crew, fabulous day!!!! I write an activity 'review' blog - see my write-up on y'all here: http://offthecouchla.blogspot.com/2011/05/
- Sallie Oto - Azusa, CA, Tuesday, May 10, 2011
This was my first time bungee jump and I received a gift certificate for the jump. I would have never done this on my own. The group that was in charge of us was very nice, funny and did a very good job. I loved the entire experience ....YES, even the 5 mile hike both ways. We had a group of 4 and we left before everyone else at the end of the day and we got back to the car without any problems and we didn't get lost. The only downfall ...and I say little downfall was that there was hardly any parking when we caravaned up to the park. We had to make parking and I got back to my car in time, but I noticed everone behind me was getting tickets. I think it woudl be better to go over instructions and sign waivers and stuff at the park and not down in Azusa in a parking lot and then caravan up the mountain. It would save a lot of time. Over all experience FANTASTIC!
- Becki - Azusa, Monday, June 28, 2010
The bungee jumping experience was incredible! Bungee America is a great team of experts who made it a lot of fun and very safe. The only little inconvenience was the hike, in particular hiking back to our cars when a group of us had to do it by ourselves because the staff had to put things away and stay behind, and we almost got lost. I think they should have plenty of staff members from and to along the hiking trail at all times. Other than that, magnificent!!!
- Colbert - Azusa, Wednesday, June 02, 2010
The bungee experience itself was great but the hike to was not. The hike was lead by one person who walked fast and left us behind. We were lost for a long time and never saw people. Finally, we ran into some hikers who told us we were on the total wrong side of the river and where to go. Our two hour hike took us about 3 1/2 hours to get there through downed logs and catcus that we all got cut up. I would highly suggest putting another guide with the group at the back of the hikers to make sure that everyone arrives at the correct destination and god forbid anyone got hurt.
- Bridge to Nowhere - Azusa, Wednesday, January 20, 2010
When it comes to the Bungee Jump, I actually rate that a FIVE! When it comes to the hike, I thought that was pretty cool too. But the reason why i gave this a 4 is because not enough clarity is given for preparation for this experience. First off, you must understand, this hike is not for the weak. This hike on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being most strenuous) is a 7. You have to cross the freezing cold river which, depending on the day you are there, could be above the waist. So they should really say to bring plastic zip-lock bags to put your essentials in - keys, wallets, food, cameras, etc. Also, the hiking is not always on a trail outside the river part. There are some steep areas that if you misstep, you will absolutely hurt yourself if not plummet down the side of a cliff. I wore tennis/running shoes as the majority did - wrong choice. You should absolutely go out and buy hiking shoes before you go on this experience. Running/Tennis shoes are slippery when stepping on already slippery areas and sides of cliffs which you must do to reach the bridge. They should really make that clear. Once you arrive at the bridge, you better have a dry pair of socks because the ones you wore to get there will be drenched by then. Also, bring warm clothes regardless of what the weather says for that day. When the sun hides behind the clouds, it's cold. When you are all the way in the canyon hiking, the sun is hidden and its cold. The jump itself was awesome and even more than that was very safe. That was my biggest concern, but the Bungee America people are thorough and safe. VERY SAFE! And the experience of bungee jumping was incredible. They give you about 30 minutes of preparation lecture and explain why it is safe. Put me at ease.. The hike back is on your own. We took some wrong river crossings which led to crossing in deep parts of the river and more crossings than necessary. In the end of the day, we had a blast. Another thing about the phone number they have listed for people to call, we called the day before to confirm whether the experience was cancelled or not (because of rain and windy weather forecasts) and we got a voicemail. We called several times and left messages and received no calls back. We were not sure if it was going to happen until we arrived at the location and saw the Bungee America guy drive up. So they did not have an adequate number or receptionist to get info when it was most needed.
- D-Zad - Long Beach, CA, Monday, March 23, 2009
This experiennce was exciting and unique,i can't describe my feeling at that moment when i jumped and my husbend said the same thing. We had so much fun hiking and jumping from the bridge, then hiking back,it's safe, full of energy, just love it and it will last for ever.
- Lina Nasralla - Burbank, Ca, Tuesday, June 24, 2008
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