Recently we did a trip to rappel down the waterfall with the goal of making a viral video to promote the destination. We encounter some small problems like a tropical storm which took almost all the day light from us. By 4:30 pm when the rain stopped we started to look for an anchor and fail, no anchors available. I had a not so great idea of using the zip line canopy cable as an anchor. Half hour later when we had the anchor ready the rain came again, so we decided to do it faster and get it down. The only problem is that the rope got stuck!
I threw the rope in the wrong direction, to close to the main fall of water. When I tried to pull it to put it in the correct place it got stuck. If in problems I could drown with the intense flow. I was afraid that the rope had a knot and when rappelling I could get stuck. Unfortunately it got dark and we had to call it a day and leave the rope.
Next morning we found out that the rope had hold from the rocks in the bottom of the waterfall, right in the trail of the water caves hike.
The curious thing was that my rope is 70 meters long and when we threw it we found out that not more than 10 meters were free. This means that possible Pulhapanzak waterfall is taller than most people think.
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