Skydiving over a snow-covered landscape

I can’t say I ever expected skydiving to turn into a winter activity. Well, I can’t ever say I thought I would be a skydiver, but here I am swept up in the excitement and passion of it all.  It truly is a passion for the people in this sport. Every jump is one more challenge or goal to achieve, and getting to jump and land in the snow was a special one for me.

I hope you enjoy the photos.


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7 Comments on “Skydiving over a snow-covered landscape

  1. Awesome… I’ve never even considered a snow landing. What was it like looking down at a drop zone with so few landmarks?

    • It was weird! The hangar is red/orange, so I am used to relying on that to find the dropzone. I spent some time on the way up looking for other landmarks for sure!

      • Great girl, you.i have done a couple of static line jumps of an an-32 Russian aircraft at stakna dz at a height of over 11000 ft. I was worried of skidding on landing.lucky all went fine
        Blue skies from India

      • Thanks, glad all was fine. Sounds like an awesome experience and a great place to jump! Blue skies to you to from Canada

  2. You are such a gutsy girl. I am so proud of you. Way to Go….

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