It looks terrifying and strictly for the birds.
But a north-east cancer charity is calling on adrenaline lovers to join the high life as it launches Scotland’s most daunting fundraising event.
CLAN Cancer Support has announced this year’s Brave the Bounce bungee jump which will feature Scotland’s first 300-ft drop – almost twice as deep as last year’s challenge.
Courageous participants will be rewarded with a birds-eye view of Aberdeen, as they prepare to leap off a platform and drop an eye-watering 300 feet to the ground.
A bird’s-eye view of the height of the drop has been filmed by a drone and you cabn check it out for yourself at https://youtu.be/gx1keeiduPM.
The CLAN Brave the Bounce bungee jump will take place on Saturday, June 29 from 9am-7pm, at Aberdeen Beach Boulevard.
Ruth McIntosh, CLAN fundraising co-ordinator, said: “We are excited to bring Scotland’s highest bungee to Aberdeen in June. Last year’s event was extremely popular, and many of those who jumped the 160ft drop have already signed up to challenge themselves to 300ft.
“We are always overwhelmed by the support CLAN receives from businesses and individuals across Aberdeen city and shire, and we are confident this new venture will excite daredevils from across the region.
“It is the first time such an exhilarating event has taken place in Aberdeen, and the views from the jumping platform at the top, looking out to the North Sea and city will be unmissable.”
Based in Aberdeen, the charity covers the whole of north-east Scotland, Moray, Orkney and Shetland. CLAN has a presence in Ballater, Banchory, Buckie, Crimond, Elgin, Buckie, Inverurie, Lossiemouth, Turriff, Kirkwall and Lerwick.
Online registration for the Brave the Bounce 2019 is now open at www.clanhouse.org. There is a £40 registration fee, and participants are asked to set themselves a £80 sponsorship target.