Abseiling is an exhilarating way to take you to new heights and over the edge! Not only called abseiling, it is also known as rappelling. It is a controlled descent off a vertical drop, such as a rock face, using a rope. This technique is used by climbers, mountaineers, cavers, canyoners, search and rescue and rope access technicians to descend cliffs or slopes when they are too steep and/or dangerous to descend without protection.
There are many interesting and varied abseiling sites available in and around Cape Town, Peninsula and Overberg areas. From our venue, Kunguru Lodge, in Elgin Valley, just one hour from Cape Town, we have a choice of abseiling points, each presenting unique challenges. From 25 to 35 metres in height, we select the abseil to suit the particular group. We all have our comfort zones, but this may take you beyond. Push yourself to the limit and take the plunge!
Table Mountain Abseiling
“The Long Drop” is a 112-meter trip into oblivion, off the world known Cape Town landmark, Table Mountain. It offers the highest commercial abseil in the world. You can choose to catch the cable car or for those more energetic, you can walk up the mountain, taking time to prepare yourself for this awesome experience.
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Activity Level Challenging