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Bungee Jumping with Central Oregon Bungee Adventures

Ever Want To Jump Off A Perfectly Good Bridge? Central Oregon Bungee Jumping Adventures Can Help!

On a recent trip to Bend, Oregon, I was lucky enough to cross three things off of my 40 before 40 list: a visit to Crater Lake combined with a cliff jump into the frigid 50° waters, and finally a bungee jump with the fine folks at Central Oregon Bungee Adventures!

They were kind enough to strap me in and send me off the highest year-round commercial bungee jump in the US at 250-300ft!

Come on and check it out and give these fine folks a shout the next time you’re near Bend or Redmond! Bend, Oregon is amazing!

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