Learn all the fundamentals of basejumping to become a safe and self-sufficient jumper and progress to achieve your personal goals.
FIRST JUMP COURSE
11 - 14 days
croatia, italy, switzerland
STart your base journey!
The goal of this course is to give students the tools to become safe and self-sufficient jumpers, as well as identifying their objectives, in order to guide them in a logical and sensible direction for their post-FJC progression.
The course will allow a maximum of 4 jumpers per instructor in order to facilitate the interaction between instructor and students as well as ensuring better quality of teaching.
You must be available for minimum 11 consecutive days
This course is between 11 to 14 days long: 10-12 days of jumping, 1-2 days of travel.
Our students must be available for the first two stages of this course. At the end of the stage 2, they have the possibility to take a break and come back later before going for the third stage of the course.
OBJECT: 115m bridge
duration: 5 DAYS
These first five days are really intense as there’s a lot to learn and put into practice. We are aiming for 3 to 4 jumps per day, depending on weather conditions and student’s ability to pack.
Introduction to BASE jumping
Static line techniques
big wall tracking
LOCATION: MONTE BRENTO, ITALY
OBJECT: 1200m CLIFF
duration: 5 DAYS
Due to its meteorological situation, Brento is only jumpable in the morning. This slower pace is usually welcome after the intensity of the first days at the bridge. The remaining time will be used to work on theory and knowledge reinforcement.
Introduction to slider-up jumping
Big wall safety
Big wall tracking techniques
Big wall multiways safety
LOCATION: lauterbrunnen, switzerland
OBJECT: up to 6 cliffs
duration: 2 DAYS
We leave you the choice to take a break after the first 10 days of jumping. In the meantime, you will be free to jump by yourself from Brento or the bridge if you want to practice more before starting subterminal tracking.
Introduction to subterminal tracking
Lauterbrunnen's rules & ethic
Lauterbrunnen’s beginner exits
Mental stress management
Defining your goals
Self-progression tips & tricks