Skypark AJ Hackett Sochi

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The only in Russia park for extreme entertainment on a high altitude was founded in Sochi in 2014 and became one of the main sights of the city. It was created by a New Zealand traveler and extreme sportsman Alan Hacket, who created similar parks in Australia, Germany, France, Singapour and China. Thousands of tourists come to the park to walk on a walking bridge 439 meters long, which was built over the Akhshtyskoye canyon. From the altitude of 207 meters a great view opens to the valley of Mzyma river and the Caucasus mountains. The most desperate people decide to have the highest budju jump from the bridge – from an altitude of 69 or 207 meters. Those, who are not ready for such jumps, can swing on the highest swings in the world and ride a megatroll with the speed of 150 km/h. In the Sky park there is a rope park, a climbing wall, via ferrata on the cliff area of the canyon, a budju-jump museum and an Amphitheatre.