If green is your color, come to Molalla to see green all around as you fall from the sky. The green may be capped with white as you view mountains Hood, Rainier, St. Helens, the Three Sisters, and occasionally, Shasta. How often can you view mountains in three states all at the same time? Oregon weather is variable, and there is no jumping during rains or on cloudy days. If the sky is only partly cloudy, and the clouds are high above Mt. Hood, jumps may be allowed. It's wise to call ahead to check weather conditions.
Snohomish has been called one of the best six places in the world from which to skydive. Falling from several thousand feet in the air, one can take in Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier, and the San Juan Islands when choosing this pristine jump location in western Washington. Located about 30 miles north of Seattle, Snohomish lies just east of Puget Sound, affording the most discriminating skydiver unparalleled views of the Cascade Mountain Range, and the towns that lie nestled between the mountains and the sea. Who knows - maybe you'll even spot the Space Needle!
There is a great drop zone located in the lovely Otay River Valley some 25 miles southeast of San Diego. Far enough away from the city to be safe and enjoyable, it is nevertheless situated to afford great vistas both on the way up and on the way down. Places the skydiver want to look for on the way down include the Otay River, Lower Otay Lake, San Diego, the Pacific Ocean, and possibly even Mexico, as the border is less than 10 miles away. San Diego weather is nearly perfect a good portion of the year, so this is a great place to enjoy skydiving most any time of year.
In Kalispell, Montana even a first-time skydiver can enjoy great modern facilities, professional instructors, and the Big Sky Country of Montana. Licensed skydivers and beginners alike will appreciate the fine facilities, quality aircraft, and amenities available and designed to please. There is a network of drop zones that are geared to both the student and the experienced skydiver. A first-time skydiver can jump in tandem with a licensed skydiver for a safe, fun experience. Many skydiving facilities offer a video of your jump for a fee. This is a great way to preserve your skydiving experience for future enjoyment.
Prepare to be wowed as you freefall from an aircraft that has carried you into the Alaska sky. See magnificent Denali, Cook Inlet, ice-blue glaciers, rugged snowy mountains, and all the wild beauty Alaska has to offer. You may even be able to spot a reindeer at a nearby reindeer farm. You'll be the one doing the flying, however. There are professionals that will help you book, plan, and execute your first or your 100th jump. They will also help you choose a drop zone near Wasilla. Tandem dives are available for beginners, as are lessons to become a certified skydiver in Alaska.