200+ Feet Cliff Jumping Location


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PeterCallot · Feb 28, 2016 · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 0
Hello!

I need your help to find a location where cliff jumping from 200+ feet is possible. I will not be jumping myself or anyone else for that matter, its for a research paper. Preferably the location should be in fresh water (lake, ponds, etc) and not the ocean. Also its even better if the location is in a "tropical" place (California, Arizona, Hawaii, South America, Africa, etc), anywhere hot!

I am able to find location between 120-180 feet easily, but nothing above 200+ feet.

Thank you for your help!

Brendan N · Feb 28, 2016 · Salt Lake City, Utah · Joined Oct 2006 · Points: 83
Lake Powell.

Bill Kirby · Feb 28, 2016 · Baltimore Maryland · Joined Jul 2012 · Points: 40
Copper Canyon.

It took like less time to google 200 ft cliff dive than to write this reply.

Paul Hutton · Feb 28, 2016 · Boise, ID · Joined Mar 2012 · Points: 601
There's a world record for highest cliff jump. Alongside some waterfall. I think GoPro has the footage.

andrew thomas · Feb 28, 2016 · Orcas island · Joined Jan 2015 · Points: 10
california's tropical? lol

Don Ferris · Feb 28, 2016 · Eldorado Springs · Joined Nov 2012 · Points: 0
You could find some 200 footers in Hawaii for sure.

FrankPS · Feb 28, 2016 · Atascadero, CA · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 15
Would you survive a 200 foot dive into water? Why are you "researching" this?

http://www.redbull.com/us/en/adventure/stories/1331742074582/laso-schaller-cliff-jump-world-record (just because this guy survived doesn't mean others would)

M Sprague · Feb 28, 2016 · New England · Joined Nov 2006 · Points: 4,750
Peter, you are not thinking of three two oneing are you? It would seem like a pretty bad decision, no chance to have that next good experience. If you think about it, being miserable is pretty interesting compared to nothing, especially if you just observe feelings and don't insist on judging them. And if you are listening to that song alluded to in your email address, turn it off. It is enough to creep anybody out.

FrankPS · Feb 28, 2016 · Atascadero, CA · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 15
M Sprague wrote:Peter, you are not thinking of three two oneing are you? It would seem like a pretty bad decision, no chance to have that next good experience. If you think about it, being miserable is pretty interesting compared to nothing, especially if you just observe feelings and don't insist on judging them. And if you are listening to that song alluded to in your email address, turn it off. It is enough to creep anybody out.
Well-said, M. Sprague. I've heard it described as a "permanent solution to a temporary problem."

Jon H · Feb 28, 2016 · MD/DC · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 13
"A very permanent physical solution to a very temporary psychological problem."

Max Supertramp · Feb 28, 2016 · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2008 · Points: 15

PeterCallot · Feb 29, 2016 · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 0
M Sprague wrote:Peter, you are not thinking of three two oneing are you? It would seem like a pretty bad decision, no chance to have that next good experience. If you think about it, being miserable is pretty interesting compared to nothing, especially if you just observe feelings and don't insist on judging them. And if you are listening to that song alluded to in your email address, turn it off. It is enough to creep anybody out.
Not sure what you are talking about it here.

Thank for everyone who shared a location with a 200+ feet cliff jump.

More locations are welcome!

M Sprague · Feb 29, 2016 · New England · Joined Nov 2006 · Points: 4,750
You don't think asking for jumping sites with suicidal heights for "research" with no further explanation is a bit odd, and combined with a sign up email address of ontheotherside654... should lead to concerns about your state of mind? Further explanation of this research may alleviate that.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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