Cal recalls how to Wall Run rather early in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but double jump…Cal takes his sweet time remembering that. How long, you may ask? Well, if the image above didn’t give it away, then take a seat.
Jedi Flip – AKA Double Jump – is learned when you can access the Shadowlands.
Yep, despite all those other long jumps Cal could have had his epiphany at, he doesn’t actually recall how to double jump until late into Kashyyyk. You’ll need Force Pull to reach the Shadowlands, which it turn required you to have grabbed Force Push and a few other upgrades prior. I guess what I am trying to say is: this is one of Cal’s last upgrades, so if you want it ASAP you need to bury your nose in that narrative grindstone.
Once you do reach the Shadowlands, all you need to do is follow the main objective and climb the Origin Tree. You’ll eventually come across the jump displayed on the map above: just leap over the first two plants as you normally would, and when Cal realizes he can’t reach the third he will have a flashback. Like his other Force skills, you’ll complete a brief tutorial as young Cal, and afterwards you’ll be returned to the modern day with your fancy Jedi Flip ability – AKA the double jump. You can also find the Double-Bladed Lightsaber along this path if you didn’t try for it earlier.
The reason Jedi Flip is learned this late in the game is due to Dathomir: there is an area you need to cross with double jump in order to progress further on the planet, but it’ll lead you to an area you can’t leave without Force Pull. I learned this the hard way, personally, when the game bugged out and let me double jump when I shouldn’t have. Considering how Fallen Order handles saving, I was essentially stuck and had to restart the game. So, yeah, that’s why Jedi Flip is the last ability Cal unlocks.