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Norway's toughest bungee jump

Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Telemark Opplevleser
Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt
Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt
Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Nancy Bundt
Norway's toughest bungee jump Photo: Telemark Opplevleser
Telemark Opplevelser organises Norway's highest permanent bungee jump from the suspension bridge at Vemork.

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Telemark Opplevelser organises Norway's highest permanent bungee jump from the suspension bridge at Vemork.

Participants throw themselves down into an 84-metre deep gorge from the bridge. Skilled jumpers describe the experience as very special and very tough because it is like jumping into a funnel.

Please be aware of that foregin credit cards are not acceptable as payment. Cash only.

The season is over for now, but they can open for large groups. Minimum 20 jumps. 59.8738196276172,8.49543571472168,13;MAPCOORDSDIV-->

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Norway's toughest bungee jump

Telemark Opplevelser organises Norway's highest permanent bungee jump from the suspension bridge at Vemork. Participants throw themselves down into...

Norway's toughest bungee jump

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