About

The iconic and impressive Tees Transporter Bridge in Middlesbrough is the only bridge bungee in England and is fast becoming one of the most famous bungee jump sites in the world. A fantastic experience you will climb the 210 steps to the top of the bridge and then take the long slow walk to the middle, you will have a brief period to take in the view from 160ft before 3-2-1 Bungee and you plummet towards the River Tees. High on adrenalin, a waiting boat will pluck you from the air and whisk you to dry land.
When you arrive at the location you will register at the bridge visitor centre where you will be required to complete a membership form. You will then be weighed, allocated the appropriate jump chord and harnessed before completing the 210 steps to the top of the bridge.
Once at the top you will be greeted by the professional jump crew, here a number of double checks are made of your weight, jump chord selection and waist harness before your ankle harnesses are fitted. You will then be passed to the jumpmaster who will double check everything again before talking you through your jump.
Now all you have to do is jump!
For more information and to book visit the website.



Location

Transporter Bridge Ferry Road Middlesbrough TS2 1PL

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