Rope Handling

The practice of rope handling  involves a certain amount of risk. The AlternativTour ensures that a high standard of secure equipment is maintained and safety measures are an integral part of our instruction. Participants’ safety is paramount
Tyrolese crossing
Horizontal crossing from one point to another on the same level. Utilizing two ropes: a main one and another for safety.

Parallel Rope Bridge
Horizontal crossing using two parallel ropes in the vertical for support and a third at a higher level for safety.

Himalayan Bridge
Horizontal crossing characterized by a system of three ropes forming a “V” shape; the lower rope supports the feet and is linked to the ones above for hand support. A third rope at a higher level ensures safety.

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