Viaduc de la Souleuvre - AJ Hackett Normandie
In 1988, the New Zealander Alan John Hackett discovered a former railway viaduct partially destroyed in Normandy. He thus decided to build the jump platform in the Souleuvre valley.
In April 1990, AJ Hackett built a 140-meter long suspension bridge to reach the bungee platform built on the second pile of the old viaduct, 61m high, overlooking the river.
In November of the same year, after the team worked really hard for 6 months, the first jumps were performed on the Souleuvre Viaduct.
Since then, the goal of the company is to protect the Souleuvre valley (1000 ha) by ensuring the status of protected site and making it an important European tourist destination for all, both thrill seekers and nature lovers!
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