Sky Tower Freefall in Denmark

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Apparently adrenaline junkies weren’t content with the current offering of heart pounding attractions on the market, and have decided to open up the Sky Tower.

Located in Tivoli Friheden in Denmark, this terrifying attraction takes thrill seekers 100 feet above the ground, and drops them into a straight free fall. That’s right – no bungee cords. Strap on a helmet and a harness, and prepare to plunge. You will hang from the safety rope for just a few moments (at this time your heart is about ready to jump right out of your chest) before being released. You’ll be traveling at 55 miles per hour, your life flashing before your eyes, with nothing but a net to catch you at the bottom. Where do we sign up?

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