Live local legend in the heart of the Scottish Highlands on this 40m bungee jump over the Garry in Killiecrankie.
In Killiecrankie, leaping has become part of the area's natural heritage. A rare location where Mother Nature and mankind share the same fight for survival, this National Trust park where salmon make their annual return upstream is also home to the Soldier’s Leap, the spot a Redcoat soldier leapt 18ft across the raging River Garry, fleeing the Jacobites. Make your own memories in this iconic location with a bungee jump experience over the infamous Garry that connects the Scottish Highlands to the Lowlands.
Situated in the National Trust Scotland protected park - famous for the Battle of Killiecrankie, this specially constructed bungee jump platform is suspended below the Garry Bridge over the beautiful River Garry near Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. It is perched above a dramatic gorge surrounded by ancient trees. The site is operated from the visitor centre and can be reached from Dundee (1h) and Perth (45 min). Entry to the park is free.
Meet your instructor at the visitor's center in Killiecrankie for a single bungee jump from Garry Bridge. Walk along the Killicrankie Pass through the woodland to reach the bridge where you will kit up and receive a short safety briefing. When it's your turn to jump, you'll wait for your command and leap 40m (132 ft) off the bridge at speeds up to 50 mph over the raging Garry river! A safe and unforgettable adrenaline-packed experience using the latest technology and safety equipment, led by experienced, qualified Bungee Jump Masters, once you have jumped you'll be lowered back up where you can watch the rest of your group take the leap, too!
A 40m bungee jump over the Garry River, this activity is open all year round and can be performed by anyone. High winds or flooding can affect the running of this activity and, whilst it is performed over a river there is no water dip. Guests are winched back up to the bridge. Due to the custom nature of this jump location, only jumpers are allowed on the platform - spectators and family are welcome to view from the river bank.