Different forces on top and bottom of same climbing rope? Human testing on a Rope Swing


Does the climbing rope you fall on see a different force at the top than the bottom of it and why? We do some human testing on this In Line Rope Swing at Elephant Rock.


As long as your big highline is high enough, you can rope swing off any of them now. You don’t need a rock off to the side for an exit. In line rope swinging opens up all sorts of new spots to fly through the air.


Music used was Hero In Peril by Audionautix and Iron Bacon by Kevin MacLeod


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