June to April
Trip Details :
Abseiling, from the German word “abseilen” meaning “to rope down,” is the process of sliding down a rope under controlled conditions. Known as rappelling in the United States, abseiling has long been used in canyoning, rock climbing, caving, and mountaining to descend slopes or cliffs that are too steep to simply hike down. In recent years, however, abseiling has become a popular sport in its own right.
Abseiling is utilized in numerous sports for a variety of reasons. Rock climbers generally use it to return to the base of a climb or to reach a new route. Canyoneers usually use abseiling techniques to travel down cliffs or waterfalls when simple hiking or jumping is impossible. Cavers use this method to reach underground pitches. Recreational abseilers, however, just enjoy the descent and return to the top of the cliff to abseil down the slope again.
Our abseiling trips are fun and crazy. It’s usually a group of vertically-inclined individuals who can spend a whole day doing what they love. We locate remote areas and after much consideration on aspects such as safety and grading, we announce and run abseiling trips. Its usually a thrilling experience for first-timers. The view from the top are breath-taking and the feeling of hanging Corporate Adventure from a high wind-swept mountain is liberating.
Here’s how your Abseiling day trip can look like;
Assembly in the morning at a central location in the city
Depart for the hills
Arrive at the base of a local village
Start heading into the hills or rocky crags. Depending on the group size, we engage in abseiling for a few hours
Return back to the base village for some lunch.
Begin the road trip to return
Arrive back in the city