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Skydive Moab

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In case the ground scenery in Moab isn't spectacular enough for you, take a look at what you can see this week when you look up. ---

The 7th annual Skydive Moab Festival opens today at Moab Airport, running through Sept. 26. More than 250 experienced skydivers from around the world will plummet through the air from around 13,000 feet; more than 200 first-time jumpers will also take advantage of the event to go tandem. And while you may not feel like stepping into space yourself, the event is free for spectators. Visit the website for schedule and other details.