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L to R: Morgan Ley, Amy Ley, Maddie Ley at Skydive Georgia

Skydive Georgia – Take the Plunge

I went Skydiving… Okay, okay so I didn't actually skydive.  I drove my friends to and from the skydiving facility.  A 14,000-foot jump from a plane doesn't exactly sound exciting to me – – it sounds dangerous.   Scaredy-cat, yep that's me.

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Maddie Ley getting suited up and getting last minute instruction for her first skydive.

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Morgan Ley without any nerves whatsoever.

It's a Girl Thing

However, my friends had the time of their lives doing it and want to do it again!  Amy Ley and her daughters Morgan, Maddie, and Megan had the time of their lives by checking skydiving off of there bucket list.  They all said it was surprisingly relaxing and peaceful once they actually jumped out of the plane.  Their nerves were only in high gear when they were waiting on the plane to make the jump.

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Morgan giving the thumbs up all good signal.


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Maddie Ley is all smiles in the air.

Skydiving Anyone?

Perhaps one day in the future I will try skydiving myself.  Then again, why jump out of a plane when I can stay in it and have it take me to my next travel destination and land safely on solid ground?

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Skydive Georgia offers the largest and most full-featured skydiving environment in Atlanta.  It is a 9,000 square foot indoor climate-controlled skydive training facility. It has the latest in the modern state of the art equipment including, all Zero Porosity, state of the art reliable main canopies, digital altimeters, computerized CYPRESS AAD's (Automatic Activation Devices) on ALL 47 parachute rig systems.  Skydive Georgia also has the largest professional skydiving staff in the Eastern United States.

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About Skydive Georgia

Skydive Georgia is famed for its committed and inventive pursuit of perfection in skydiving having developed innovative training protocols, an emotional rollercoaster of a jump and the best customer service in the business. No wonder the Atlanta Journal & Constitution (AJC) has stated that Skydive Georgia is the place to skydive in Atlanta given our 4.7-star rating in a combined number of 670 reviews on just Facebook and Google alone.

Skydive Georgia has offered unique jumps from the clouds since 1999 and our staff brings a combined 30 years of experience to the table; that’s more skydive experience in the Atlanta area than any other dropzone by far!

The Cedartown dropzone, located one hour west of Atlanta, caters to adrenaline junkies who want to tandem skydive, learn to jump solo, or even become a licensed skydiver!

Instructors at Skydive Georgia are some of the most experienced in the world, have thousands of jumps each, and are ahead of the curve on emerging techniques and styles. Many go on to hold world records, and our entire staff is friendly, approachable, down-to-earth, and dedicated to ensuring the happiness of each student.

Skydive Georgia is not about avoiding risk. We’re about confronting a dramatic physical challenge successfully, based on rigorous training and systematic preparation, and coming out successful. We operate with the highest safety standards under the regulations of the United States Parachute Association (USPA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ensure we are prepared to protect your safety. For this and the above reasons, we are the best in the business.

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