Skydiving in Virginia’s Fall Season

Ok, now is my favorite time of year to jump from planes!! The Fall Season is an absolutely amazing time to make your Tandem Skydive. The sky is perfectly clear with no Summer Haze, and the leaves are starting to change colors. The view of the horizon is clear and the air is crisp. With the leaves changing colors, many customers actually want to open the parachute at higher altitudes so they have more time to see the scenery. We, of course, leave that up to you… but I highly recommend it. You won’t get a better chance to view Virginia’s Fall Colors.

This is also one of our busiest times of the year, with weekends being the busiest. Make sure you reserve your skydive a few days in advance so you get the exact time you desire. Weekdays of course have more openings available. I have been skydiving for over 20 years and have made jumps all over the country. I will say that skydiving in Virginia‘s Fall Season is my favorite place and time to jump from perfectly good airplanes.

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