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SKYPARK AJ HACKETT SOCHI

From July 2014, in Sochi, in the area of the Trout farm started a whole complex of extreme entertainment AJ Hackett Sochi Skypark (Skypark Hey Jay Hackett Sochi). The montage of attractions the Park was carried out under the strict control of new Zealander A. J. Hackett-founder of bungee jumping. Hackett is more than 28 years ago decided to jump headfirst and made a big business. Only in the world at the moment there are 8 such sites in Germany, France, China, Australia and Singapore, but according to AJ, “in Sochi the most advanced place in terms of a set of activities and technologies. It’s the best we’ve done.” From extreme entertainment is planned very much.

Skybridge – a giant bridge over the gorge. It is the world’s largest pedestrian suspension bridge with a length of 439 meters. Jumping Bungy – jumping with elastic rope from a special platform located at a height of 69 and 207 meters. MegaTroll – flight across the gorge on a specially stretched the rope across the gorge at a speed of 150 km/h. This is the fastest Troll in the world. Sochi Swing tall swing with a shoulder height of 170m. The highest swing in the world! Rope Park – a set of rope structures at a height of several meters above the ground.

The Park is still under construction, but already now it is possible to walk samosamnina pedestrian bridge in the world and to jump with BUNGY 69 m. Continue reading

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