HALO TANDEM SPECIAL JUMPS 2017
SkyDive Denali 2017 HAHO/HALO
The best adventure for groups and corporate events!
In June 2009, the Joint Services Special Operations Group (J.S.S.O.G) travelled to Talkeetna Alaska with six extreme adventurers to perform a High Altitude High Opening (H.A.H.O) jump over the Denali National Park. After four days of bad weather, two earth quakes, practice jumps, and equipment fittings and training, the group boarded a ‘DE Havilland twin Otter’ and flew 60 miles into the Denali National Park in the direction of Mt. McKinley.
Hooking up their Oxygen equipment and slowly climbing up to 23,000 feet, the plane turned down to the Coffee Glacier where the J.S.S.O.G became the first group of men in history to jump over Mt. McKinley.
Excitedly opening their parachutes at 22,000 feet, they started their parachute ride lasting approximately 29 minutes with the Susitna River as the targeted landing location. At 22,000 feet, they were roughly 1,680 feet higher than the summit of Mt. McKinley and the view was incredible and one-of-a-kind.
In June of 2017, we will return to Alaska to conquer another part of Denali, Mt. McKinley’s Eastern Range! We designed special adventure that will satisfy even the most demanding adventurer! Join the group of sky divers who will be the second group to jump over the Denali National Park.
The Mt. McKinley, also referred to as Denali (Koyukon Athabaskan for "The High One"), in Alaska is the highest mountain peak in North America and the United States with a summit elevation of 20,320 feet (6,194 m) above sea level. It is the centerpiece of the Denali National Park and you’ll jump even from a higher altitude than this massive and breathtaking mountain!
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