Strathcarron Hospice has challenged those brave enough to tackle the Highland Swing in Killiecrankie to sign up for its fundraiser on April 24.
It sees participants rigged in a full body harness 40 metres up before being quickly released from the Garry Bridge near Pitlochry, dropping into a free fall of around 15 metres before the rope takes the slack.
The unforgettable adrenaline-packed experience uses the latest technology and safety equipment.
Anyone aged ten and above with a sense of fun and adventure is welcome to get involved.
Heather Macdonald, a Strathcarron receptionist, said: “2020 was a challenging year in so many ways but, for me, swinging from the underside of a bridge in beautiful Perthshire was the highlight.
“The jump was literally a leap of faith as it is something I would never have envisaged doing normally, but the opportunity to support Strathcarron Hospice allowed me the chance to do something out of the ordinary. The Highland Swing was brilliant, I would certainly recommend it.”
A spokeswoman for the Fankerton facility said: “Without people like you taking on amazing fundraising challenges, we couldn't continue to deliver our end-of-life care to local people across Forth Valley, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth.
“We have to raise over £12,900 every single day and we can only do this because of people like you.”
Registration costs £30-per-person, with a minimum fundraising target of £218.
Contact 01324 826222 or email [email protected] for more information.
Visit the website to book.