Attention all college skydivers! This June there will be a massive tunnel camp at Skyventure Colorado. This camp will be specifically tailored to the collegiate dive pool and college skydivers in general. If you’re working on 2-way belly, 2-way VFS, 4way-belly, or just general flying abilities on *any* axis, then this will be the event for you. If you’re looking for a partner for Collegiates, this is the place to meet them, train with them, and get ready for an awesome summer of training jumps! This camp will be open to ALL skill levels, even folks who are going to start jumping and want to prepare for AFF. Head-down and even preparation for instructor rating courses is all available.
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The camp will run from Friday, June 11th through Monday June 14th and there will be hours and hours booked out for each day. The tunnel is about 40minutes from Denver International Airport and we can get block rates on hotels that are within five minutes of the tunnel. Come as an individual, bring your 4way team, or bring every jumper from your school and everyone that wants to learn and start skydiving in the future. There’s nothing better than starting AFF with total confidence about freefall.
Competing in Sport Accuracy or just want to improve your canopy skills? This is also your chance to learn what it’s like to fly your canopy at a field elevation of 5,000 feet and a density altitude of over 8,000 feet. If there is enough interest we can even put together a specialized Sport Accuracy camp with World Champion Canopy Pilot, Nick Batsch for folks willing to come in a little earlier in the week or stay later the following week.
Other tunnels charge between $14.83 and $19.17 per minute for tunnel time. For this event Skyventure Colorado pricing is $13.33/minute, which includes all preparation, equipment, coaching, tunnel time, and DVDs of your flying. You won’t find time cheaper than this anywhere! You can book as much time in advance as you like but please only sign up for what you think you are going to actually fly. If you want to add more time later, it’s usually very easy to do that. To book time or if you have any questions, contact Alan Martinez at
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