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Utah Skydiving Locations


  1. Skydive Utah
    4645 Airport Road
    Erda, Utah 84074
    1 (435) 833-9999
    Skydive Utah
    > Provides tandem, assisted freefall programs for training and first-time jumpers. Licensed skydivers enjoy rides to altitude in a King Air, use huge landing areas, and join in for fun weekend cookouts.


  1. Skydive Zion
    800 W. 2300 S. Hurricane
    Hurricane, Utah 84737
    (435) 635-3742
    Skydive Zion
    > Located at the Hurricane Airport. Tandem skydive training and ground preparation is only 30 minutes to an hour. The freefall is from 14,000 feet ASL. Additional training includes tandem training progression and advanced freefall.


  1. Skydive Canyonlands
    701 Highway 191
    Moab, Utah 84532
    (408) 835-8865, and (435) 719-3483
    Skydive Canyonlands
    > Located at the Canyonlands Field/Moab Airport. First jump program includes an instruction briefing, equipment rental, climb to altitude 20 minute ride, 60 second tandem freefall and a 7 minute parachute ride down. Get incredible views of the Merrimac and Monitor rock formations, Dead Horse Point, the Colorado River, and the world-famous buttes of Arches National Park.
  2. Skydive Moab
    94 West Aviation Way
    Moab, Utah 84532
    (435) 259.JUMP (5867)
    Skydive Moab
    > Located at the Canyonlands Field/Moab Airport. Tandem skydiving from 10,000 feet. Visitors and family can wait in a lounge areawith leather couches, big screen HD TV, playstation and movies, fooseball and ping pong, Darts, and board games.


  1. Skydive the Wasatch
    2001 N Airport Rd
    Nephi, Utah 84648
    (385) 321-0284
    Skydive the Wasatch
    > Skydive the Wasatch is a skydiving drop zone near Salt Lake City and Provo, founded by a young, highly experienced crew of athletes who love introducing new people to the delicious freedom of freefall.


  1. Ogden Skydiving Center
    3463 Airport Road
    Ogden, Utah 84405
    (801) 627-JUMP (5867)
    Ogden Skydiving Center
    > Located in the red hangar at Ogden-Hinckley Airport. Offers the tandem method for first jumps. For students, the Advanced Freefall Program (AFP) is used.
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