Now Open to all Skydivers, with new health and safety measures! Skydive with us 35min outside of Charlotte, NC starting May and June of 2020!
Piedmont SkydivingNow Open to all Skydivers, with new health and safety measures! Skydive with us 35min outside of Charlotte, NC starting May and June of 2020!
On surviving cancer, then celebrating in the sky.
2016 has come and gone (thank goodness, right?) and it’s time to press the reset button–but this time, for reals.
Want to bring your tribe along to marvel at your majesty as you make that longed-for skydive? Awesome! Skydiving is even more fun when you have friends and family along to celebrate with you. We have a few tips you can share with them to ensure smooth sailing (so pass these along to your people).
Powerlifting champ Marc Bartley tackles skydiving (and nails it)
It may have been my son’s birthday, but *I* got the best gift: Freedom.
Krysta Dean is one smart cookie.
This awesome teacher has something important to share with the class: just jump!
In January of last year, my mom was in a very serious car accident. The state trooper on the scene told us it was a miracle she was alive. After that day, both my mom and I knew that we could not keep putting off the experiences we always wanted to do together.
When High Point local Chad Brisson first rocked up to Piedmont Skydiving, we knew he was going to be an awesome skydiver. We weren’t wrong. Now, Chad is planning his second jump — and seriously considering pursuing the sport as a hobby. Here’s Chad’s story — in his own words — which might be helpful to you if you’re curious about what it’s like to skydive for the first time. (Spoiler: There are a couple of helpful hints in here!) Enjoy.