The site of some of the most legendary stunt scenes

Named after the original and legendary jump of the 007 movie “GoldenEye” with James Bond in her majesty’s service, this place has been the site of many more movies and stunt scene productions over the years, such as in the famous Bollywood movie “Doom3”, “Fire; Ice & Dynamite” from Bogner as well as TV-productions such as “the Amazing Race” or “Verstehen Sie Spass”. The GoldenEye stunt was awarded “best film stunt” at the time and has remained famous over the years. Slip into the skin of a 007-agent and (re)live the excitement of this classy jump. An feeling of freedom beyond compare!

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  • Classic jump, head first, ideal for first timers
  • operating from Easter to the end of October
  • CHF 195.00 for Youths/students
  • CHF 255.00 for adults from the age of 20


  • Jump backwards, a special adrenalin kick!
  • Only for repeaters (as from the 2nd jump)
  • operating from Easter to the end of October
  • CHF 175.00 for youths/students
  • CHF 195.00 for adults from the age of 20
007 Nachtsprung - Bungy Jump in der Nacht von der Bungy Jump Anlage im Verzascatal | Trekking Team AG


  • Classic jump at night – absolutely unforgettable
  • Also as a first jump, limited spots available
  • Next dates: upon request
    (limited availabilty; please book your jump)
  • CHF 195.00 for youths/students
  • CHF 255.00 for adults from the age of 20


  • The ultimate adrenaline kick, jump feet first
  • For experienced Bungy jumpers only (3rd jump)
  • operating from Easter to the end of October
  • requires booking on special dates/times
  • CHF 175.00 for youths/students
  • CHF 195.00 for adults from the age of 20
007 Bungy Jump mit Gopro Hero Kamera | Trekking Team AG


  • Video with a GOPRO Hero camera on the wrist
  • with every type of jump except Night and Ultimo 
  • Video handed out on our USB drives with logo
  • CHF 39.00 per person

Bungy Jumping in Switzerland

The origins of Bungy Jumping in Switzerland trace back to the “land diving” of Pentecost, Vanuatu in the Southern Pacific where men dive off trees with lianas tied around their ankles. As far back as the people of the island can remember and up to this day, each spring the people of Vanuatu celebrate the land diving festival. The land dives are perdominantly perfomed by young men. In week-long preparations a scaffold tower reaching heights of 15-30 m is built by using just bamboo.

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The construction served as a jump platform from which the brave yound mend dive off head first into the void. Beforehand the men choose those lianas that are most flexible and fix them around their ankles on top of the platform before the jump. With great care and attention the material is checked and optimized over and over again since the goal is to dive as close to the ground as possible – even touching the ground gently! It is a tradition, an initiation rite for the young men. Only after completion of this rite of passage are the young men welcomed into adulthood.

In the 80ies a rescourceful New Zealander took over their idea and undertook several tests using elastic ropes. With the Kawarau bridge in Queenstown, New Zealand, the first official Bungy Jump of the world opened its gates.

Towards the end of the 80ies the brothers Anton and Peter Draganits with their company Trekking Team Ldt. introduced Bungy Jumping to Switzerland.

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  • your exclusive company program on the Verzasca dam
  • unique location, site of the famous 007 jump
  • Demo jump through our stunt/staff team member
  • possibility of doing your own Bungy jump


The Bungy jumping site on the Verzasca dam is open seasonal, from the Easter weekend through to the end of October.

Opening hours 2024

Season Start: Easter Weekend SAT/SUN 30th/31th March 2024

April: Saturday and Sunday afternoons

May - June: Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons

Mid July - Mid August: Wednesday to Sunday afternoons

Mid August - end of October: Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons

Night jumps 2024 (will be carried out from 10 booked persons)
Date follows

Groups of 5 and more and voucher bookings:
Groups of 4 persons or more and jumpers with vouchers please register via our web form or contact us at: +41 41 390 40 40 or by mail. The same applies if there are not enough places available on your desired date.

Special openings for groups (on request)
For groups of a minimum of 5 people it is usually possible to organise special opening hours. Special openings for night jumps require a minimum of 10 people. Please note that in such cases we cannot grant group discounts. Requests can be made using the web form or call +41 41 390 40 40.

General health requirements:
The jumper needs to be in a good and healthy physical condition. Participants with the following health conditions are explicitly excluded from bungy jumping: Pregnant women, people with high blood pressure, heart disorders, epilepsy, damage to the musculoskeletal system, neurological disorders, glaucoma, ocular hypertension, chronic ear ailments with disturbance of equilibrium.

Furthermore the jumper must not be under the influence of alcohol, drugs or mind-altering medication.

Please refer to your doctor before you book a jump if you're taking medication or are insecure about whether you are fit to do a bungy jump or not. You will be signing a liability release before your jump. 

Weight limits:
Minimum 45 kg; Maximum 115 kg 

Age / necessary documents:
There is no minimum age for Bungy jumping but the minimum weight is a requirement. Participants under the legal age of 18 years need the signed declaration of consent from a parent.

Bungy jumpers over 65 years of age please bring a medical statement that you are fit for the jump.

The 007 Bungy site is situated on the Verzasca dam in the canton of Ticino, southern Switzerland. The artificial lake is the Lago die Vogorno. Your next bigger towns are Locarno or also Bellinzona. The dam belongs to the commune of Gordola with the postal code 6596. Once you reach Gordola, remain on the main road until you see the turn off into the Valle Verzasca. Take that turn off and continue on the Via Valle Verzasca until you see the immense dam after about 2km. The Bungy site is situated in the middle on top of the dam. There's a parking lot. The bus also stops next to the parking lot and is called "Diga Verzasca".

Arriving by plane:
The closest airports are either Zürich (Switzerland) or Milan (Italy). The journey by (rental) car takes roughly 3 hours from Zürich Airport and about 2 hours from Milan. We recommend to allow for more travel time during peak season in summer. Train & bus from Zürich will take about 3 hours and from Milan roughly 4 hours.

Arriving by car:
Find the exact location here:

Arriving by train/bus:
Your destination by train is the trainstation Tenero. From there you will catch the bus towards Sonogno (bus 321). Your final destination is the station "Diga Verzasca". From there it's a bus ride via Gordola and up the valley (bus 321 direction Sonogno) to your final destination "Diga Verzasca". The bus stop is 5 minutes from the site. So best check your timetable and book your jump accordingly.

Click here for Timetable Swiss trains and busses (Destination „Diga Verzasca").

There are various options for all budgets. From youth hostels, B&B's and campings you'll find all necessary info on the following page:

Choose the region "Lago Maggiore and valley" and pick your accomodation or camping in the region of Ascona and Locarno (20-25 mins to the Verzasca dam). Both places are close or directly at the lake where you'll find lots of restaurants, bars.

If you are looking for a camping site, we recommend you the Camping Miralago in Tenero:

Check out as well the numerous festivals in the summer!

What's the height of the 007 Bungy jump?

The dam is 220m - jumps are always measured from top to ground/water; the jump itself is a safe distance away from the bottom.

What jumps are possible? Can we do Tandem jumps?

Tandems are not possible on the dam.

To spice up your jumping experience - from the 2nd jump onwards you can do backwards jumps and from the third (at very earliest) the Ultimo jump (reservation for the latter MANDATORY). It's the jump master's decision whether a special jump is doable or not (experience, weather etc.).

Do I have to book in advance?

Highly recommended to avoid disappointment over long waiting hours (for everybody!). Plus you want to make sure we're there if you come from far away. Here's the link to book online.

Do I have to pay the jump in advance?

We recommend to book and pay over our Online Booking Platform. In any case we'll need your credit card details as a guarantee in order to make the booking and you can also pay on site in cash, CHF or EUR (or credit card).

For group reservations we need a 25% prepayment and a credit card guarantee for the remaining bookings.

WHY? We have to plan ahead, we need to organise staff etc. There are terms & conditions and cancellations policies - please read them carefully - they apply for every booking.

Can I jump when it rains or in bad weather?

Yes, you can!

We cannot jump when the dam overflows (happens only very rarely but we have to abide by the directives of the Verzasca SA).
We cannot jump with thunderstorms & lightning (the latter being the problem, not the rain) and thick fog. However this is usually a matter of time - thunderstorms and fog usually pass and we can resume Bungy jumping.

Can I jump with my glasses or contact lenses?

Yes for contact lenses; no for the glasses unless you bring a strap or a pair of goggles that can be attached to your harness. But be aware that we cannot be held liable for any loss or damage to your glasses.

Are there special health requirements?

Participants with the following health conditions are explicitly excluded from bungy jumping: Pregnant women, people with high blood pressure, heart disorders, epilepsy, damage to the musculoskeletal system, neurological disorders, recent eye surgery, ocular hypertension, chronic ear ailments with disturbance of equilibrium.

With your signature on the registration form you confirm to be of good health and have no ailments that could be problematic with Bungy jumping.

Is there a min and max weight?

The minimum weight is 45 kg, the maximum weight 115 kg.

Is Bungy jumping dangerous?

No, it's not, if you abide by all instructions and directions of the Bungy team. It's comparable with any other outdoor activity like hiking, biking, surfing etc.

How much time do I need?

From registration to completion of your Bungy jump allow roughly 45 minutes.

What's the procedure? What do I need to do?

Once you arrive at the reception trailer you fill in your registration form, do the payment, then we check your weight, get rid of everything in your pockets (car keys and such!), we give you further infos, get your harness, do a jump training and once we're all ready to go you'll be called up to the platform for the jump. One you're back from the jump - go get a drink and your certificate at the registration trailer.

Can I cancel my jump?

It'll be costly - here's why:
Please read our cancellation policy Annullationsbestimmungen. Once you book your jump - you step into a binding contract with a provider of an activity - that's us.

And for last minute fears: We do understand that that the dam is high and impressive. But that's why you came here in the first place! It's not a walk through the park but you could do that any day and anyone can do that, right? You came here for something special, you made your mind up - so go for it! You'll love it, it'll be fun and you're allowed to be totally proud of yourself for doing it!

Bungy jumping is comparable with any other outdoor activity such as biking, surfing, hiking etc. As long as all instructions and directions given by our jump masters are being carefully followed, there's really no need to worry.

The regulations in Switzerland for companies offering outdoor activities are very strict. We abide by the rules of the Swiss Outdoor Association as well as the safety lable "Safety in Adventures".

Trekking Team AG was a foundation member and is member of the board of the Swiss Outdoor Association defining standards of safety, training and certification of outdoor guides in various fields, especially Bungy jump masters and specialists.

The „Safety in Adventure„  foundation is an NPO. They define the safety requirements and regulations and the strict compliance of such by conducting audits on a regular basis.

For your own safety - trust those outdoor & adventure companies who commit to stipulated regulations. You'll find the list of all members here:


Oh gosh! Guys I was there yesterday fulfilling one from my bucket list. My first ever bungee jump. I want this to be the one as it is the highest (220m) in Europe and third in the world. Great team, good in organizing and explaining the rules. It was safe for me. Amazing experience. I’m proud and Good luck to you.
Sai, August 2021


Really great bunch of guys! Smiles and humour help lower the tension and prepare for the big moment.
And perfect rocking music, too!
Can we have Pierce Brosnan around next time? 🙂
Oliver, May 2021


Very accommodating, made me feel as comfortable as one could! Everybody was high spirit and upbeat! I really thank you for that.. keep on doing such a good job!
All was perfect!

Reginald, April 2021


These guys rule! I just did the 220 meter James Bond 007 GoldenEye jump and it was an unforgettable experience. These guys use the best gear, have the best vibes and make it a good time!
I jumped while Beck - Loser was playing in the back and came up to Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody!
Highly recommend this team and company to give you that adrenaline fix you crave. Doctor's orders!
Andreas Daza, September 2017 (Google Review)