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No parachute required: indoor skydiving coming to Dublin

No parachute required: indoor skydiving coming to Dublin

Mike Thomas
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Want to try skydiving without making a 12,000-foot jump from a moving plane? A new adventure park coming soon to the Dublin area may be just the place for you.

Urban Air Adventure Park is planning a 2019 opening for their latest location at 7679 Dublin-Plain City Road in Dublin. The company’s indoor parks feature attractions such as climbing walls, obstacle and rope courses, trampolines, and tube playgrounds. Urban Air operates more than 150 parks across the United States and Europe.

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An indoor skydiving zone will also be among the park’s many attractions, allowing participants to “experience the rush of free fall, with no harness, no chute and none of the risks of leaping from a perfectly good plane.”

For more information and the full list of offerings at the upcoming Dublin location, visit Urban Air Adventure Park’s website here. Until it opens and you have the chance to try it for yourself, enjoy this scene from Karthryn Bigelow’s 1991 classic Point Break to see what diving without a chute is all about:

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