New England Bungee Jumping & Adventure Travel - (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)

Massachusetts Bungee Jumping and Adventure Travel

It seems like all adventure seekers want to do these days is lift up off the ground to get a better look at what's beneath them. That's definitely part of the appeal of skydiving, hang gliding, and bungee jumping—that, and the thrill of flying through open space! Massachusetts tour operators offer a number of bungee jumping adventure travel options that the flying-through-space sort of person will go crazy for. But there are also tamer adventure travel options that will appeal to travels who want to achieve those sky high heights without then plummeting to what feels like their doom.

For these people, the best bet would be helicopter or hot air balloon rides. These excursions offer travelers with the absolute best way to view the cities and country beneath them. These options are particularly popular over highly populated areas like Boston, Providence, and Cape Cod, though can also be enjoyed around tall mountains and over wide open fields and valleys.

Vermont Bungee Jumping and Adventure Travel

Adventure seekers need not look too far when visiting the adventurous state of Vermont—and most of the other states in the New England region as well. There aren't many other states that can boast being home to one of the world's largest and only not-for-profit bungee jumping clubs, the Stealth Air Bungee Club.

Vermont bungee jumping is only an example of the adventure travel options in the area. With an endless number of mountains in the state of Vermont, plus rivers set up for rafting, you'll have no trouble planning an adventure vacation. Vermont also makes it particularly easy for backpackers by supplying lots of campgrounds. Mountain lodges are also common, and popular, once the weather gets a bit too cold to allow for sleeping under the stars.

If you're looking for a bit more of a lavish travel adventure, consider signing up for a hot air balloon or helicopter ride. These options provide stunning bird's eye views of the mountainous state and are available year-round.

New Hampshire Bungee Jumping and Adventure Travel

There's one spot where all New Hampshire adventure travelers go—Mt. Washington. This is the highest peak in all of New England and is known, among many other reasons, as a superb launch spot for hang gliders. Gliders must be members of the Vermont Hang Gliding Association—so once they do that, then, weather permitting, the sky's the limit!

New Hampshire bungee jumping is also a popular adventure travel activity, as is white water rafting, hiking, camping, and dog sledding. Yes, you read that right. Once the snows start piling down, dog sledders take to the crisp white snow covered wilderness with such enthusiasm that it makes even the least adventure-inclined person want to give it a shot. Experienced mushers offer future dog sledders with the how-to's of dog sledding, including feeding and harnessing the dogs, team commands, and the actual sledding lesson. The New England Dog Club will offer more information about sledding, as well as offer opportunities for dog sled spectators.
Adventure Travel in Baxter, Moosehead Lake and the Maine North Woods Adventure Travel in Baxter, Moosehead Lake and the Maine North Woods
Adventure Travel in Portland, Bangor, Acadia, Bar Harbor and the Maine Coast Adventure Travel in Portland, Bangor, Acadia, Bar Harbor and the Maine Coast
Get a real birds-eye-view of the beauty found along the Maine Coast when you lift off on a hot air ballooning adventure.
Adventure Travel in Burlington, Stowe, Rutland and the New Hampshire and Vermont Mountains Adventure Travel in Burlington, Stowe, Rutland and the New Hampshire and Vermont Mountains
Adventure seekers can get their adrenaline pumping in Brattleboro or Stowe, Vermont by bungee jumping! Vermont is also the home of a bungee jumping club called the Stealth Air Bungee Club.
Adventure Travel in Boston, Cape Cod, Newport, Connecticut, Coastal Massachusetts and Rhode Island Adventure Travel in Boston, Cape Cod, Newport, Connecticut, Coastal Massachusetts and Rhode Island
It you love heights, and you want to catch a bird's eye view of coastal Massachusetts and Rhode Island, then you should consider seeing Boston and its surroundings by helicopter.

Major Tourist Attractions in the Region

Stowe Mountain Ski Resort Area - Burlington, Vermont
Mount Jefferson Ski Resort - Bangor, Maine
Bigrock Ski Resort - Portland, Maine
Camden Snow Bowl Ski Resort - Maine
Killington Ski Resort Area - Killington Mountain, Vermont
Bretton Woods Ski Resort Area - New Hampshire
Jay Peak Ski Resort Area - Vermont
Sugarbush Ski Resort Area - Warren, Vermont
Attitash Ski Mountain Resort Area - Bartlett, New Hampshire
Waterville Valley Ski Resort Area - New Hampshire
Okemo Mountain Ski Resort Area - Ludlow, Vermont
Stratton Mountain Ski Resort Area - Vermont
Loon Mountain Ski Resort Area - Lincoln, New Hampshire
Sunday River Ski Resort Area - Bethel, Maine
Lost Valley Ski Resort - Auburn, Maine
Sugarloaf Ski Resort Area - Carrabassett Valley, Maine
Mt. Monadnock Ski Resort Area - Concord, New Hampshire
Wildcat Mountain Ski Resort Area - Gorham, New Hampshire
Cannon Mountain Ski Resort Area - Concord, New Hampshire
Mount Snow Ski Resort Area - West Dover, Vermont
Bromley Mountain Ski Resort Area - Peru, Vermont
Mad River Glen Ski Resort - Waterbury, Vermont
Mount Hor Ski Resort - Lake Willoughby, Vermont
Smuggler's Notch Ski Resort - Jeffersonville, Vermont
Tuckerman Ravine Ski Resort - Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire
New Hermon Ski Resort - Stockton Springs, Maine
Saddleback Ski Resort - Madison, Maine
Shawnee Peak Ski Resort - North Conway, Maine
Big Squaw Ski Resort - Greenville Junction, Maine
Black Mountain Ski Resort Area - Runford, Maine
Ascutney Ski Resort - Brownsville, Vermont
Mount Cardigan Ski Resort - New Hampshire