Rapid Riser

Get ready to pull 2.5 G’s with a thrilling experience on the Rapid Riser. You’ll be harnessed, locked in and then shot vertically into the sky up to a height of 80 feet! When you hit the max height, get ready again because you’ll fall back down 50 feet… and then slingshot up again. It’s absolutely exhilarating!

Start at the bottom and work your way up! If you aren’t quite ready for the Freefall Bungee Tower, begin with our thrilling Rapid Riser. Engineered for your safety, you’ll experience a ride unlike any other. After you’re initial bungee launch, you’ll bounce and dangle from 30’ to 80’ above the ground until you are gently placed back on the safety air bag where you started.


  • Weight Requirement
  • 60 – 240 lbs.

*If under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must sign the release form.

Fun Facts

  • Average vertical travel
  • Maximum speed
  • 80 feet
  • 2.5 G’s


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