Waterfall Rappelling




Waterfall Rappelling known as Abseiling is a controlled descent of a vertical drop, such as a rock face, using a rope.

use this technique when a cliff or slope is too steep and/or dangerous to descend without protection. Many climbers use this technique to protect established anchors from damage,

Abseiling can be dangerous, and presents risks, especially to unsupervised or inexperienced abseilers. According to German mountaineer Pit Schubert, about 25% of climbing deaths occur during abseiling, most commonly due to failing anchors. Another frequent cause of accidents is abseiling beyond the end of the rope, Backing up the rope set-up with a friction knot (autoblock, Kleimheist, or prusik) such that the slipping of the rope is stopped even if the climber lets go of the control rope provides a measure of safety with regard to the control of the rate of descent.

Abseiling is prohibited or discouraged in some areas, due to the potential for environmental damage and/or conflict with climbers heading upwards, or the danger to people on the ground.

We conduct waterfall rappelling in Maharashtra and Karnataka region at locations such as Vihi ( Kasara) Bekare (Bhivpuri) Dhodhani (Panvel) Madap (Khopoli) Dudhiware (Lonavala) and some waterfalls at Coorg (Karnataka)