Bungy Jumping

World´s Top Ten Highest Bungee Jumps - Niouc, Switzerland

You are in middle of gorgeous mother nature. A fairy tale, 200 meters deep canyon underneath, the famous ski town Crans-Montana in the north and the backside of Switzerland’s most famous Matterhorn in front of you.
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Adrex.com is committed to bring you gradually all the top Bungy Locations around the globe. We start in Switzerland, with amazing 190 meters deep bungee dive in Niouc.

Brave people from all over the world come to jump in Niouc, located in the Val d'Anniviers (Valais-Switzerland), since 1995. It is Europe’s highest Bungy-Jump of a suspension bridge and if you look at the pictures and videos from the spot , you have to agree with us - It is one of the most beautiful jumps in the world.

Just come along and fine staff will guide you through one of  the most thrilling moments of your lifetime. And if you already have jumped elsewhere, a reason more to come here. BUNGY NIOUC is the most beautiful & scenic jump. The 320 sunny days per year at that particular area of Switzerland, will help to make a day with BUNGY NIOUC unforgettable.

How to get there :

Switzerland / Sierre / A9 Exit motorway at Sierre-Est Turn right (direction Val d'Anniviers) at the roundabout.From there its a 10 minutes drive to Niouc, first village of the Val d'Anniviers. 300 meters after the village of Niouc, there is a dirt road that gets you to the parking. Follow the Sign "Bungy Jump". The adventure park is open from 10:00 to 18:00 every weekend till the end of october and also every day from the 15th of july till the 15th of august.(except mondays!)

Link :     http://www.bungyniouc.com/

Source : Bungy Niouc website (Thanks to Peter Raidt)   Video: Youtube.com   Text: Thomas

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