Spans which are more commonly referred to as bridges, are arguably the safest object to jump from because the risk of striking the object after the parachute opens is all but eliminated.

However, spans also play host to some of the more challenging landing areas and expert parachute piloting is required to land "dry" and safely on whatever terrain the land below yields.

Typically small strips of earth or railroad tracks are the primary landing area and the winds below this object will likely create rotors or thermal variations making landing a canopy in this environment extremely difficult.

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