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Her Take: The Ledge Bungy Jump in Queenstown, NZ

The Ledge Bungy Jump in Queenstown, NZ, is set against the most beautiful mountain ranges in the country. The Remarkables may look familiar: they were used by Peter Jackson as a go-to backdrop in certain Lord of the Rings scenes. Before jumping from The Ledge you can even take a moment to enjoy the natural …

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1. Stay for a bite to eat at the restaurant afterwards. You need to take a gondola ride to get up here, so might as well enjoy the views.

2. Be adventurous on this jump. With the rope attached to your middle you have a lot more freedom. I would recommend a forward flip.

3. As with most of the bungee jumps in Queenstown, splurge for the extra photos and video. I never regret doing this for a second.

The Ledge Bungy Jump in Queenstown, NZ, is set against the most beautiful mountain ranges in the country. The Remarkables may look familiar: they were used by Peter Jackson as a go-to backdrop in certain Lord of the Rings scenes. Before jumping from The Ledge you can even take a moment to enjoy the natural beauty this country offers, until your turn comes and you nearly crap your pants.

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This jump is slightly different than the others, as the rope is attached to your middle instead of your feet. For me this meant an extra challenge in the form of hurling myself over with a forward flip. As you can tell from the laughter in the video, I had an absolute blast and no regrets. Since this attraction is atop a bit of a hill (you need to take a gondola to get up here), I would recommend staying for dinner at the restaurant afterwards. The views are great, and a drink might calm the adrenalin from pumping through your veins at an excessive rate.

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