At 200 feet, this is Canada's highest jump

What is it?

What is it?

Looking for the highest bungee jump in the land? Then look no further. Just 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa is "The Rock", home to Great Canadian Bungee's 200 ft. Goliath. Here you'll find one of the world's most spectacular and unique Bungee Jumping sites. Visualize an amphitheater of solid limestone, 200 ft. high, surrounding a 160 ft. deep aqua-blue, spring-fed lagoon, larger than 3 football fields.

This is the only place in the Americas where one can experience a 200 ft. head (or body) dip. Your 160 ft. rebound is higher than the entire jump height at any other site in the US or Canada!

Sounds too scary? Not to worry. Pioneers in the development of bungee safety, Great Canadian Bungee uses state-of-the-art equipment and employs only the most competent staff to assure you a safe trip over the edge - every time!

If bungee is not your cup of tea, just come watch, cheer on your friends or feel the buzz of adrenaline in the air. Also located on the site is Morrison's Quarry Beach and Picnic area. Admission is $5.

All jumpers under 18 years old must present written parental consent before jumping.

How safe is it?

How safe is it?

All equipment used by GCB has been specifically designed and engineered for bungee jumping or rescue applications.

The equipment GCB uses meets or exceeds CBA, NABA, SANZ and Australian specifications. In addition many of the items also have UIAA, ULI and NFPA approvals.

GCB uses the latest technology in Bungee Cord design & safety. Cords are designed to stretch 4 times their original length for an extremely soft ride. 

Since its inception, GCB has been involved in the research and testing of new products, procedures and the development of safety associations and standards. In 1992 GCB helped form the Canadian Bungee Association (CBA) and authored safety guidelines for the organization. These guidelines are now used in several jurisdictions around the world to regulate bungee jumping. The guideline has also been used as a basis for the guidelines of other bungee safety organizations, such as the North American Bungee Association (NABA). GCB, is also a member of the NABA and GCB President sits on its Board of Directors as the Chair of Safety Standards