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Hot Tub Dangling Over 100 Meters in the Air, No Worries

extreme hot tubbing in mid air

The obvious question of “why” hardly needs to be asked these days. People are awesome, if you don’t believe it watch the video of the same name.

Extremeness is everywhere and in everything. I’m even doing some extreme typing at the moment (my index finger just threw an ollie thumb grab on the jump to the H). So anyway, it was only a matter of time before an organization of extreme Swiss hot tubbers was formed.

The latest extreme hot tubbing project is apparently the biggest most awesomely radical stunt yet pulled by this group of focused hot tubbers with mad extreme skills. They have created makeshift tubs in the middle of Lake Geneva, on the top of Mont Blanc (the highest peak in the Alps), in a cavern. But this was their most extremeness yet.

dangling hot tub and Gueuroz bridge

The spa enthusiasts suspended their round hot tub from Gueuroz Bridge, one the the highest in Europe, at over 600 feet above the canyon floor then dangled and tubbed it up about 130 feet below.

Why does this organization of extreme hottubbers ( do it? Well, one of the group’s founders, Nicolas Weibel claims, “For the five of us that are the founders of, the best sensations are found when we give ourselves a new challenge related to an ‘almost impossible Jacuzzi.'” Another, Jean-Christophe Boillat, says that it’s all about building friendships through interesting activities. This sounds way too nobel, the real reason is likely, or should be, to impress girls. Why else would dudes try so hard to be so awesome?

There was no word on the extreme tricks thrown getting into the tub but everyone survived and lives to plan the next feat of extreme hot tub awsomenasity. We’ll keep you informed.

Jake Ricks

AUTHOR - Jake Ricks

Jake Ricks is the Marketing Director for Bullfrog Spas. In addition to his efforts in marketing leadership roles, Jake has been published in a variety of publications with topics that include the pool and spa industry, outdoors, digital marketing, and content marketing. Jake's passion is fly fishing, bird dogs, and living life outside. When possible he guides on local waters, competes in fly fishing events, designs new fly patterns and is a regular contributor to outdoor blogs and periodicals.

  • Judy | Feb 13, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    Any questions? Yes, like why?

  • Jake Ricks

    Jake Ricks | Apr 4, 2012 at 10:20 pm

    Why not?

  • Pat | Jul 4, 2012 at 12:16 am

    Is that called “bungie tubbing” ???

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