COME FLY AND RAISE FUNDS FOR THE QUEBEC SOCIETY FOR DISABLED CHILDREN
24 Hour Challenge
It's an opportunity to experience the sensation of free-fall. Imagine a 14-foot cylindrical diameter vertical tube that is 45 feet tall in which the airstream is passing at a speed of 175 km per hour.
Once inside the wind tunnel, you will have a real sense of what skydivers experience during the free-fall portion of their jump, which is generally done from 13 500 to 3 500 feet of altitude at a speed of 200 km per hour. All of that in an environment that is so secure that it is even accessible to children aged of 4 years and older.
The 6th edition of the 24 Hour Challenge will be held on October 16 and 17, 2015 at SkyVenture Montreal.
The funds raised will make it possible for numerous children with disabilities to attend Camp Papillon, a summer camp adapted to their needs.
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