For the daring and thrill-seeking adventurers out there, bridge and cliff jumping offer the chance to push your limits and experience the rush of jumping from great heights into the unknown. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a first-timer, the rush of leaping off a bridge or cliff is an experience you won't soon forget.
It's important to note that safety should always be a top priority when engaging in activities like bridge jumping or cliff diving. Make sure to research the location beforehand and check the water depth to ensure it is safe to jump. It's also a good idea to have a trusted friend or guide with you to help keep an eye on things.
So why do people do this? For some, it's the thrill of the jump and the rush of adrenaline that comes with it. For others, it's the opportunity to test their limits and push themselves out of their comfort zone. Whatever your reason may be, just make sure to be cautious and always prioritize safety.
So how do you get started jumping off of bridges and cliffs? Start by doing your research and finding a reputable location with experienced guides or jumpmasters. Make sure to follow all safety guidelines and procedures, and don't be afraid to start small and work your way up to bigger jumps. With the right preparation and mindset, bridge and cliff jumping can be an exciting and thrilling experience.
Just remember: safety first! Do your research, check the water depth, and always have a trusted friend or guide with you. Now go out and make that unforgettable leap!"
Here's some of our favorite diving platforms
St. Anthony Sandbar
Saint Anthony, Idaho0.2 miles SE of Saint Anthony, Idaho
CLOSED. //// Sand Bar Update //// ***As of 27 June 2019 *** The Sand Bar is still closed to ALL swimming, please do not cross the boundary line. We are closely monitoring the river flows...Dive, Swim
St. Anthony, Idaho6.6 miles NE of St. Anthony, Idaho
There's an old abandoned bridge next to the one currently in use. The water is pretty deep underneath and offers two distinct levels to jump from. There's a little rope swing under the bridge...Dive, Swim
Jefferson County Lake (AKA Rigby Lake)
Rigby, Idaho2.0 miles N of Rigby, Idaho
Rigby Lake has long been a favorite swimming hole for those in the area. The county has taken it well under its wing and made it a buzzing spot on any warm summer day. Along with the long standing...Camp, Canoe, Dive, Kayak, Sled, Swim
Ashton, Idaho18.3 miles E of Ashton, Idaho
Horseshoe Lake is hidden back in the Targhee National Forest. It's a beautiful lake with plenty of lily pads. The road to get there is well maintained and there are many options for pull-outs...Camp, Canoe, Dive, Swim
Fall River Bridge
Ashton, Idaho6.6 miles SW of Ashton, Idaho
Right off Highway 20, there's a great spot to swim, swing, and dive. There's pullouts for parking right next to the bridge. There's a rope swing under the railroad bridge and a little...Dive, Swim 11.6 mi
La Verkin, Utah6.6 miles N of La Verkin, Utah
Nothing says desert oasis quite like driving for 5.5 miles through winding sandy roads to find a favorite swimming hole with ledges, falls, and even a ladder to climb up to the best jumping spots....Dive, Hike, Mountain Bike, Swim 0.6 mi
Tetonia, Idaho9.3 miles W of Tetonia, Idaho
Packsaddle is one of the less well known lakes/trails in the area. If you've got a good offroad vehicle, you can probably make it all the way to the end of the road, otherwise, it's just an...Dive, Hike, Mountain Bike, Snowshoe, Swim