Adrenaline Junkies Are Invited To Test Their Nerve And Bungee Jump From 160ft Over Salford Quays

Laura O'Neill Laura O'Neill

Adrenaline Junkies Are Invited To Test Their Nerve And Bungee Jump From 160ft Over Salford Quays

Whether you’re after an adrenaline rush, fancy trying something new or just want to give your mum something to worry about, this is the activity to for you.

Those in need of a thrill will be able to take their adrenaline habit to new heights with a 160ft bungee jump over Manchester’s Salford Quays, where jumpers will be able to take in the views of Manchester’s glorious skyline before leaping over the water below.

Brave souls can tackle the jump alone, while anyone in need of a bit of moral support will be able to do a tandem jump.

A spokesman for UK Bungee Club said:

“Salford Quays is the UK Bungee Club’s main bungee jumping site in the North of England and makes a fantastic bungee jumping venue.

“With the calming waters of Salford Quays below and the incredible views of Manchester city centre, including Manchester United’s Old Trafford and the many high rise buildings of this cosmopolitan city, this a bungee jumping site that provides everything!

“And as you reach the 160ft height, you will have a few seconds to admire these views before hearing those famous words, ‘3, 2, 1, Bungee!'”


Jumps are available to book via Fever and are priced at £49 for a single jump and £98 for a tandem jump. To book your jump click here.

Your Fever ticket will instructions to book a slot at a time and date of your choice. Those taking part must be aged 14 or over and under 16s will require a parent/guardian signature. Over 50s will require a doctor’s note.

The jump will take place at The Water sports Centre which is close to The Lowry Arts Centre and Lowry Outlet Mall. Jumpers should arrive about 30mins prior to your jump time and allow between two-three hours for their jump, this is to allow for any delays that may occur on the day. Parking is available at The Lowry Shopping Centre.

The health and safety stuff

You cannot jump if you have high blood pressure, heart condition, dizziness, epilepsy, asthma, neurological conditions, or diabetes, or if you are pregnant. You should seek medical advice and provide a certificate if you have damage to neck, back, ankles or eyes – you must inform the operator if you are taking any medication.

Glasses and hard contact lenses cannot be worn during the jump. The maximum solo weight limit is 120kg, the waist harness runs from 40cm (15.7 inches) to 125cm (49.2 inches).

Also published on Medium.

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