Skydive Moab, Canyonlands Utah
Skydive Canyonlands specializes in first-time tandem jumping, which is the easiest, fastest, cheapest and SAFEST way to make your first skydive. After 20 minutes of training, you will be securely attached to one our experienced instructors and ready to go. From as high as 16,500' (that's almost 3 miles high!), the view is just as breathtaking as the jump. You'll see Castleton Tower, Monitor & Merrimac, the beautiful red rocks of Arches National Park, and more.
You'll fall at a 120 MPH for up to 45 seconds depending on the height that you choose. Skydive Canyonlands offers a 16,500' skydive with oxygen, a 14,500' skydive and a 11,500' skydive. Then enjoy a peaceful 5-7 minute parachute ride back to earth.
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Skydive Canyonlands is one of the busiest student skydiving centers in Moab, Utah. We are a member of the United States Parachutes Association, following USPA and FAA standards. Our instructors are USPA certified, have many years of experience, have done thousands of skydives, and are some of the most talented jump masters in the country.
Our new Navajo Piper enables 4 tandem jumps simultaneously!
Fun Jumpers welcome!
Why jump with Skydive Canyonlands?
We are the only skydive center in the country where you can see the Confluence of where the Colorado River and the Green River meet. You'll see Castleton Tower, Merrimac, Monitor and the beautiful red rock of Arches National Park, and more. This makes for a spectacular back drop if you decide to capture your skydive with video and pictures.
Skydive Canyonlands uses the latest high tech micro sigma parachute system and is the only skydive center in the state of Utah that owns and operates a Cessna 210 which holds four jumpers. Our landing area is right next to our building so that your friends and family can watch you land or they can ride on the airplane and watch you jump!
Skydive Canyonlands is located at the Canyonlands Field Airport, 16 miles north of Moab, Utah on Hwy 191.
Rent a car, take a taxi, or catch our free shuttle from Moab, Utah.