Whistler Bungee: Homorazzi Takes A Leap

This past weekend, the cast of Homorazzi took on WinterPride in Whistler, B.C. It was a fun filled weekend (more on what we got up in an upcoming article & video) but on our way back home to Vancouver on Sunday, we had one thing left to do: Bungee Jumping at Whistler Bungee, located 15 minutes south of Whistler Village. Whistler Bungee has a perfect safety record and their jump masters and operators have over 25 years experience!!! It’s good to know you’ll be in safe hands.

After having a late brunch on our way out of the village, Donovan, Brian, Nic, his bf Tyler, Tyrell, myself and our Seattle friends Trevor and Chris headed out to Whistler Bungee. Who was going to be jumping? Nic and our friend Trevor. I myself had done it several summers ago and was in no rush to jump off a bridge again anytime soon, despite how much fun I had. When we arrived, we met up with several of our other friends that had already commenced operation “jump off a bridge”. The setting for Whistler Bungee is breathtaking, set on a bridge spanning 300 ft across and 160ft above the Cheakamus River, with old growth forests and rugged basalt column cliffs all around you. It truly is stunning, and with the snow covering the area, it felt like we were in Narnia.

It was so much fun watching cast member Nic, his boyfriend Tyler (who took another one of our friend’s spot who had bailed at the last minute…ahem…David), and cast member Jonny‘s boyfriend Kodie, along with so many of our other close friends take the jump of a lifetime. Watch the video below to check out our experience at Whistler Bungee.

Be sure to pick up your pictures from your jump and a T-shirt for bragging rights on your way out! You can trust that the guys at Whistler Bungee know what they’re doing and they’re a lot of fun. We highly recommend this activity for your bucket list!

For more information and rates, head over to http://www.whistlerbungee.com/

Donovan took the picture at the and he apologizes for the blurry outcome. He thought it was just the snow on the camera, but realized too late it was out of focus. Boo. A picture of us with our Whistler Bungee t-shirts would’ve been epic.