152 meters: Ponte Colossus (Veglio-Pistolesa Bridge), Biella, Italy
People often like to try out a second jump at Ponte Colossus
even before the feeling from their first is washed from their memory.
More than 2,000 jumpers converge here every year to challenge gravity.
151.5 meters: Perrine Bridge, Idaho, United States
Some amazing night jumps take place at Perrine Bridge
This 151.5-meter jumping slot is among several bridges that are only jumpable during specified periods.
Jumping from this bridge is limited to just one jump over the summer — and it could be a day or night jump.
150 meters: Kaivopuisto (Sky Breakers), Helsinki, Finland
The 150-meter high bungee
is held every year from mid-July to mid-August in Helsinki, Finland.
The Finns are not insane, they are just courageous daredevils who will do anything for entertainment.
Every year from the end of July to mid August, they organize a 150-meter high bungee alongside other beach activities.
Jumpers choose freefalls onto floating platforms in the sea or other tailored bungees like pub-bungee for those who mix cocktails and fun, snowboard bungee, hot air balloon jumps and skyvolter for jumpers who are able to show off their sky walking skills.
141.5 meters: Navajo Bridge, Marble Canyon, Arizona
This impressive bridge in Arizona’s Marble Canyon is the location for bungee jumps organized by Bungee Expeditions
One of the highest bridges in the USA, this is for true adrenaline seekers and offers stunning views of the Colorado River.
134 meters: Nevis Highwire, Queenstown, New Zealand
Find out why “Fear Factor” producers warn you never to try certain stunts at home — try the Nevis Highwire.
Calm your nerves and hop onto a cable shuttle suspended 134 meters above the Nevis River.
Once set, get your ankles harnessed and down you go to New Zealand’s scariest bungee jumping pod. To get to the jumping hole, jumpers ride in a six-person cable car then leap off the cage-like structure.
111 meters: Victoria Falls Bridge, Livingstone, Zambia/Zimbabwe
Conquer your fears and jump over the Victoria Falls
At 111 meters, jumping over the Victoria Falls Bridge is probably the best dive into two different countries from one spot — just remember to carry along your passport.