Weekend Whipper: Huge, Upside-down ... Toprope Fall?

20-Jun-2013


Is it possible to take a whipper on toprope? This video proves that while people tend to feel safe with the rope secured to the anchor above them, it is still possible to take a scary, upside-down fall.

 

Watch last week's Weekend Whipper: Don't Botch the Descent!

 

 

Got a whip of your own? E-mail Rock and Ice online editor at hcarpenter@bigstonepub.com.

Weekend Whipper: Over the Hair Lip (5.10a), Suicide Rocks
Weekend Whipper: Over the Hair Lip (5.10a), Suicide Rocks
Weekend Whipper: 60-Footer on Castleton Tower (Trad Fall)
Weekend Whipper: 60-Footer on Castleton Tower (Trad Fall)
Weekend Whipper: Near Groundfall at Stanage North, U.K.
Weekend Whipper: Near Groundfall at Stanage North, U.K.
Weekend Whipper: The Long Dong Bites Back
Weekend Whipper: The Long Dong Bites Back
Weekend Whipper: “You Going Up, or Coming Down?"
Weekend Whipper: “You Going Up, or Coming Down?"
Weekend Whipper: Fingers in a Lightsocket (5.11+), Indian Creek
Weekend Whipper: Fingers in a Lightsocket (5.11+), Indian Creek
Weekend Whipper: Michele Caminati's Rope-Cutting Ground Fall
Weekend Whipper: Michele Caminati's Rope-Cutting Ground Fall
Weekend Whipper: One Foot From the Deck
Weekend Whipper: One Foot From the Deck
Weekend Whipper: The Evictor (Trad Fall), Eldorado Canyon
Weekend Whipper: The Evictor (Trad Fall), Eldorado Canyon

 

 

 

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