Rappelling & Mountaineering in Rishikesh

Rappelling is one of the upcoming adventure activities that have gained popularity in recent years. Rappelling means roping down a cliff, which is not only a fun activity but also a thrilling experience. Rappelling is also called as Abseiling, one of the most daring adventure activities offered in Rishikesh. Same as White Water Rafting in the fierce rapids, Rappelling is also challenging.
You can rappel down a cliff in various ways, the most popular being standing parallel to the ground surface with the legs on the face of the steep cliff. With the help of the right gear you can go ahead and climb down the steep cliff, and while you are doing that you would be watching and absorbing the breathtaking view of the panoramic landscape around. if rock climbing makes you go up, rappelling makes you come down, so have fun doing both when you are in Rishikesh.

In Rappelling in Rishikesh, a rope is tied at the highest point of a rock acting as a base, from where you are supposed to rappel down on the ground. The instructor will guide you every step of the way explaining the techniques to lower yourself down safely. There will also be an extra rope attached to the harness which will ensure your safety while the task. The instructor controls the safety rope as you lower yourself down and he or she will release it continuously while you rappel down.
Everyone can enjoy Rappelling in Rishikesh as there is no age limit. Rappelling in Rishikesh is a daring activity and boosts our confidence. You can be assured of a safe and fun experience of Rappelling in Rishikesh with our experienced and trained team.
We provide the best and trained instructors who would be there guiding you on every step, so that best usage of the rappelling equipment is mode of. Various types of equipments are used while rappelling in Rishikesh, such as ropes, harness, shoes, climbing gears, helmets and even the right athletic tapes as well, so that you are safe while having fun.

Neergarh Water Fall Rappelling (Rishikesh)

Spot  Neergarh Water Falls
Height 60 feets
Time 20 minutes
Price 399 Rs per person
Video 199 Rs per person
Includes Rappelling Gears, Shoes, Instructor Fee
Neergarh water Fall rappelling We provide the best Rappelling experience at Neegarh Water fall. You need to trek 15-20 minutes from main road to reach water fall. Here, the thrilling experience starts by climbing up the 80 feet�s rock which takes 10 minutes and from there you have to rappel down with the help of rope. So come & join us for the most electrifying journey of Rappelling
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Neergarh Water Fall Rappelling asia biggest rappelling (Rishikesh)

Spot  Neergarh Water Falls
Height 200 feets
Time 60 minutes
Price 1000 Rs per person
Video 400 Rs per person
Includes Rappelling Gears, Shoes, Instructor Fee
Neergarh water Fall Rappelling

We provide the best Rappelling experience at Neegarh Water fall. You need to trek 15-20 minutes from main road to reach water fall. Here, the thrilling experience starts by climbing up the 80 feet�s rock which takes 10 minutes and from there you have to rappel down with the help of rope. So come & join us for the most electrifying journey of Rappelling

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Which is the best/session time to Do Rappelling in Rishikesh?

Rappelling in Rishikesh is one of the most thrilling sports activities which start between the months of February and June and again from September to February. Rappelling in Rishikesh is not available during the monsoon months of July and August, due to rainy season in Rishikesh.. A
Best time for River Rappelling in Rishikesh -
Ideal Time - February till June & September till Mid December
Rappelling Closed - july till September Starting (July and August are monsoon month in India, due to this level and flowing current of water rises very high during this time.)

Safety measures during Rappelling in Rishikesh

Helmet: Always wear a helmet any time you're rappelling. On your descent you may encounter uneven terrain. As a result you may lose your footing and swing into the wall or rocky surface. The helmet is there for your protection. Wear a helmet while performing belay duties on the ground below.
Harness: Rappelling can be one of the most dangerous times in the climbing day. Rappelling accidents tend to be unforgiving, so it is important to be vigilant while rappelling. Make sure you've doubled back on your straps (if that's the type of harness you have), so the harness doesn't loosen while you're on the rope. Have someone check it over, looking at all buckles and attachment points. Check the buckle on your harness. It may seem unnecessary, but there have been cases of climbers launching themselves on rappel only to have the harness come undone because the buckle was not doubled back. Check the anchor. .
Hardware: Check to see if your rappel device is threaded correctly. We only use locking carabineers. Make sure the carabineer is locked. If it's not locked, the gate can come open. Always use locking Carabineers and don't buy them used. .
Human: Here is the rappel master's number one priority. No one care how much you know until they know how much you care. Watch out for clothing and hair that can become stuck in the rappel device. Shirts are tucked in, shoe laces are double knotted, jewelry is removed and secured, straps are tucked away, hair is pulled back and tucked away. Vertical rappels are notorious for pulling clothes and hair into the device and getting the rappeller stuck. .
Hands: Gloves are padded with heat-resistant padding. Gloves protect your hands from rope burns. Many folks enjoy a fast descent. Gloves protect your hands, if you rappel too fast. Additionally, gloves keep your hands from getting dirty from rope contact. For first timers, rappelling is scary. Some students grip the rope tight. Gloves can indeed provide a better grip on ropes. .
Check all knots: Obviously, they can come undone if done incorrectly. We were taught no rappel knot is ever complete without a safety knot or locking knot. A safety knot can be a half-hitch, simple overhand, or Fisherman's knot. Safety knots should be snug up against the main knot.
Before you rappel, double check these things:
1) The rope is properly threaded through the anchor (which you are sure is bomber).
2) The rope is correctly threaded through your rappel device.
3) The locking carabineer is clipped into your harness and is locked.
4) The rope reaches the ground or the next anchor with some room to spare
5) You know which side of the rope you'll pull to retrieve it.
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